Anti-Resolution


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Well here we are again, that time of the year when people all over the world make New Year’s Resolutions. Even the US government is getting into the act with their list of Popular New Year’s Resolutions

 

Here is the crazy thing I’ve seen statistics in the United States as low as 3% and up to a whopping 15% of people actually keep their resolutions. So give it up people! It seems that keeping New Year’s resolutions and telling salespeople the truth are two things we are not willing to do.

 

Instead, what if we work on daily resolve?

 

Every day, making a concerted effort to do something that moves us forward toward our goals (or even away from something we DON’T want/like/enjoy in our lives or careers). It doesn’t matter if it seems like a little thing.

 

Nobody made a greater mistake than he who did nothing because he could do only a little.” ~ Edmund Burke (British statesman and philosopher from the 18th century)

 

Think of how far we will be able to go if we take 365 little action steps forward over the next year.

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