You're feeling fat, but your portfolio's thinner. You want to give up smoking, but your stocks got their butts kicked for the third year in a row. Last year wasn't pretty, with significant double-digit percentage losses in the major market indexes, but that's all in the past now.

With so many people resolving to turn things around in 2003, we wonder what resolutions the market's leading protagonists in 2002 have made for the New Year. We can only imagine they're something like this:

Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco(NYSE: TYC): To give up my appreciation for art.

Martha Stewart from Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia(NYSE: MSO): To recognize the difference between insider trading and interior decorating tips.

Sam Waksal, former CEO of ImClone Systems(Nasdaq: IMCL): To keep my mouth shut next time.

Fallen Citigroup(NYSE: C) analyst Jack Grubman, accused of inflating his rating of AT&T(NYSE: T): To give up on stocks with one-letter ticker symbols.

Harvey Pitt, former chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission: To remove the kid gloves next time I want to take a hands-on approach to my work.

Ronald McDonald, freaky mascot for McDonald's(NYSE: MCD): To smile -- and recognize that even with a dollar menu, the buck has to stop somewhere.