In 2016 I will….

1 Jan

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In 2016 there are a number of challenges ahead of us all. At present  I am reading and rethinking my approach to things in in 2016. I know I am very goals driven. I love setting goals. My wife not so much.

For many, New Year’s resolutions often feel like a forced, trite way to make a change. After all, if you really wanted to change, why would you wait around for January First? You’d be better off just making sporadic changes throughout the year, right?

Well, that strategy doesn’t always pan out like we’d like it to. Waiting until you “feel ready” to change often enables you to push aside goals that are important, but not time-sensitive.

If you’re serious about making a change, it’s important that you put specific, time-bound goals in place in order to achieve success. And the great thing about resolutions is they don’t have to just live in your personal life; they can be a powerful aid to help you grow in a number of areas, too. As the year progresses I will let you know on progress.

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