It’s that time again when people think about making a fresh start—turning over a new leaf at work, perhaps, or in some other part of their lives. But even when it’s obvious that change is crucial and that we need to move ahead, it seems that old habits or everyday pressures can sometimes get in the way and bring things to a standstill. Some people we spoke with know just what it means to start out with the best of intentions for solving a problem, only to have that initial resolve hit a wall. What happens then? Is there something that can turn resolve into achievement? Our guests say there is. And it has to do with a different, more God-centered approach to resolve.
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