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While many people are thinking about New Year’s resolutions and goals, focusing more on completing incomplete tasks from last year may be a more successful strategy.
It will be another 365 days before we are given this opportunity again, so let’s not waste it. Write down, implement and measure your success in 2017. And feel free to share your resolutions with us in the comment section below.
In four short weeks, the beginning of a new fiscal year will be upon us. Have you considered making resolutions, either career or personal goals, to kick-off Fiscal Year (FY) 2017?
These songs will do more than provide a beat for your workout. With lyrics about the rewards of hard work, the American Dream, and why it’s worth the effort to bring about social change, these songs can inspire your workout—or your work day.
With so much to do, how do you make the mental space to start something new? How can you take the first step toward fulfilling those intentions you set for the new year?
Rather than making New Year’s Resolutions, I hope you’ll join me in setting intentions that will keep you excited and motivated throughout the coming year.
If you have a habit of making grand New Year’s resolutions like training for a marathon or going to the gym every day at 5 a.m., and always fail, then it may be time to change your tactics. Instead of making a personal resolution, try making a resolution for your professional life.
People get noticed when they take the attention off themselves.
I know some people despise New Years Resolutions, but I’m a huge fan of setting yourself up for the year ahead. I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve only had middling success with my resolutions in the past, but over time I’ve noticed a pattern in the ones that have succeeded. It goes something… Read more »