The start of a new year is a time of opportunity. It is a fresh beginning, a new chapter, another chance to get it right. And while some say it is not good to make resolutions because no one ever keeps resolutions, John Norcross would disagree. According to the Christian Post, the professor at the University of Scranton has written on change and is an expert on new year’s resolutions. He says that, on average, 40 percent of people are still keeping their resolutions at the end of June. Furthermore, other research shows if you make the same resolution three years in a row, there is a high probability it will actually happen.