New Year’s Resolution Writing Worth Reading

If you Google New Year’s Resolution 2014, you get over 1,500,000,000 hits. Over a billion.  That almost sounds like a joke.  So you don’t have to wade through that many, I’ve gone out and pulled together some good ones.  If you read only these and apply just a few of the things that are suggested, you’ll have a fantastic year — resolution-wise.

Think about what you’d like to be able to reflect positively on at the end of the year and focus on actions that get you toward that vision.  Again, choose only one or two to start.  Your schedule and brain are full enough as it is. If you’re realistic about how much time you have to devote to this new or improved behavior, you stand a better chance of actually spending that time focused on the pursuit.

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(Mostly for Gen Y, but some good ones in there for any generation. However, nobody “should” make 25 resolutions.  That’s a recipe for following through on none.)

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