New Year’s Resolutions: love ’em or hate ’em, they’re an annual staple. For professionals, there can be value in looking backward before looking ahead to changes for the new year. Here are a quartet of tips, from some unlikely sources, to help guide your review.
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In order to see the change you want in the New Year or even in a new month, you must be intentional and have a purposeful understanding on why your request needs to be completed.
This is a great time to reflect on the accomplishments and the struggles of this past year, and plan for a great 2019!
Are you an introvert? Here are some resolutions that may help expand your network.
Leadership resolutions are not just commitments to yourself but to others who count on you. To increase the likelihood of your following through, write them down. Then share them with others. Your leadership resolutions for 2018 are ones you’ll want to keep.
What adventure do you want to have this year?
Abandon resolutions and embrace personal manifestos.
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?