January 15, 2013 at 2:20 am #175676
Lose weight and get fit. Quit smoking. Learn something new. Eat healthier and diet. Get out of debt and save money.
Sound familiar? According to Time.com these are the top 5 commonly broken New Years Resolutions.
What's interesting is that none of these resolutions have anything to do with the workplace. Does this mean we are more motivated to achieve our work resolutions, or does it mean that we don't make them?
I am guilty - I didn't come up with a work resolution of my own, so I looked online for some help. Forbes published a cool article giving some tips on How To Be Better At Your Job in 2013. My favorite tip was "invest in continuous learning to stay on top of your game".
Do you have a work resolution for 2013? What is it?
How are you planning on sticking to your resolution?
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