How to Commit to Your New Year’s Resolutions (My Jan 6, 2014 Interview on Channel News Asia)

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Update: The interview is now over and you can watch the video at the end of this post. :D

I’m proud to announce that I’ve been invited by Channel News Asia to be on their show again to share about new year’s resolutions! :D What a wonderful way to kick off the new year!

We’ll be talking about how to commit to resolutions made, the main reasons why people can’t commit to their resolutions and also how support from loved ones can make a difference. Might have a little overlap with the points we covered last year but it’s always good to do a refresher really. :)

I’ll be on the show on Monday, Jan 6, at 8:45am sharp (GMT +8, Singapore time). This will be a LIVE interview, so I’ll be in the studio in person as you’re watching! Best to log on five minutes before just so you don’t miss anything!

For those who do not have Channel News Asia on your TV feed, watch their (free) live streaming video here:

It’s only available in countries and territories covered by the AsiaSat 3S satellite (pretty much whole of Asia Pacific including the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Northeast Asia and Australia), so readers in U.S. and U.K. won’t be able to watch unfortunately. :( I’ll try and see if I can upload a copy!

Check out my earlier interviews on Channel News Asia below:

My interview a year ago on setting new year’s resolutions (Dec 31, 2012):

 My interview about bucket lists (Dec 21, 2012):

And my (ancient) interview on CNA three years ago (Dec 28, 2010), on bucket lists as well!

If you can’t see the videos above, view them directly on YouTube:

  1. My earlier new year’s resolution interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6t9I146EYo
  2. My bucket list interview on 2012: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQNoIetWa1Q
  3. My blogTV bucket list interview on 2010: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2h_vtVhAqNY

So yes, I’m super excited to be on the show again and I look forward to sharing my best new year’s resolution tips with all of you this Monday. :D

If you have any questions about setting new year’s resolutions and making them stick, feel free to share them in the comments section! I’ll be happy to address them here if they don’t get covered on the show eventually! :D

Update: The interview is over and you can catch it in the video below! :)

(If you’re unable to see the video above, watch it via this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GddUND6opzc.)

*Special thanks to Ken for helping me record this interview. :D

Channel News Asia, AM LIVE!: Celestine Chua with Yvonne Yong and Steven Chia

In the interview with awesome hosts Yvonne Yong and Steven Chia, talking about new year’s resolutions and how to make them stick

Channel News Asia, AM LIVE!: Celestine Chua

Sharing success stories of new year’s resolutions that worked, such as me turning vegetarian, a PE reader who lost 25kg in eight months, and my fiance Ken successfully quitting smoking after being a heavy smoker for eight years!

Channel News Asia, AM LIVE!: Steven Chia, Celestine Chua, and Yvonne Yong

Group shot with the very funny and jovial Steven Chia and beautiful Yvonne Yong. :)

More behind-the-scenes photos on my Facebook page: Photo Album of My Interview on CNA on New Year’s Resolutions (Jan 6, 2014)

Thanks Channel News Asia for having me back on the show; it was great sharing my personal tips with everyone! :) Remember, focus on making progress and taking baby steps if you want your new year’s resolutions to stick this year. Here’s to an amazing 2014 to everyone and let’s rock in excellence together! :)


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  • http://www.timelessinformation.com Armen Shirvanian

    Hi Celes. Happy 2014 to you. This is cool that you will be back on Channel News Asia. You always bring some direct information to the interview for people to take action on. I hope things continue to go well here.

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Hi Armen, thank you so much for your kind words! I hope you are doing well for the start of the new year. :) I just finished the interview with them and hope to upload the material shortly this week!

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Hi Armen, thank you so much for your kind words! I hope you are doing well for the start of the new year. :) I just finished the interview with them and hope to upload the material shortly this week!

      Update: The interview is now available for viewing here. Video has been added to the blog post above. :)

  • Melvz Luster

    Good start for 2014, Celestine! <3 O:) *

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Thank you so much Melvz!! :) I’ll be uploading the material shortly!

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Thank you so much Melvz!! :) The interview is now available for viewing in the blog post above for those who have missed it. :)

  • Dan

    What happened to the daily quote that use to be e-mailed, haven’t received one all week.

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Due to the resources required to upkeep it, the daily quotes has been discontinued (at least for now). You can still browse over 600+ inspirational quotes in the personal excellence quotes section: http://personalexcellence.co/quotes/

  • Madalina Sraier

    Glad you uploaded the video on YouTube so that PE readers from other countries could watch it as well (I remember you testing links on Facebook to check if we could play a certain video on a site, and it wasn’t working for Europe). Thank you!

    As for New Year’s resolutions, I agree that planning is one of the most important parts. There’s a quote going along the lines of “A goal without a plan is just a wish.” I completely agree with that. Also, I’ve come to realize that setting a small number of resolutions is better than having a lot of them, because trying to achieve too much, too soon usually leads to failure.

  • Lisha

    Congrats Celestine, and fantastic job. I agree that planning on how you’re going to realize your resolutions is definitely an important step. If you don’t know how you’re going to do it, you’re most likely not going to do it.

    Great insights Celestine! :)

    ~Lisha

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