No resolutions are made without reservations.

Especially if the resolutions are being made for the second or third time.

But reservations serve a great purpose in the path to realizing a resolution.

Reservations remind us of our limitations. It is wise to heed them in planning future changes.

A reservation is an asset, not a deterrent.

Concern about meeting a goal can help us anticipate challenges. If we can anticipate them, we can gather the information and tools necessary to overcome them.