What are your New Year’s Resolutions for Work this Year?

I’m not crazy about New Year’s Resolutions in themselves because they are often quick, fleeting statements of hope and wishful thinking — often much backing them up. But I am, however, all for hope, dreams and goals — as long as they are substantiated with firm commitments, planning, actions and whatever else it takes to make them a reality. That’s the difference between meaningful goals and ‘wishful thinking’.

One of my goals this year is to create a compelling forum for TGIM conversation, learning, interaction (hence this blog). This goal is attached to many more of my intentions related to both my work and life in the year ahead.

What about you? What are you wanting from your work-life this year? Have you declared any new goals? How seriously do  you take those goals? Planned for them? Need any support?

Here’s an article I wrote that you may find useful. It will walk you through some exercises related to creating meaningful New Year’s goals, to planning, celebrating and making them happen.

Click here for the article and enjoy!

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