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Start Your New Year’s Resolutions Now: Part 3

In part three of this series, I want to invite you to consider your resolutions and goals within a framework that supports prioritization of those goals, perhaps even a stage gate for each to either pass through as worthy or be discarded as unworthy. One of the most well known methods for…
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Start Your New Year’s Resolutions Now: Part 2

Last week, I looked at the motivation that’s needed to successfully pursue and achieve the many New Year’s resolutions that are made each year. In part two of this piece, I’d like to turn to the subject of habits. Our habits, both productive and destructive, are often the issue in failing or…
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Start Your New Year’s Resolutions Now: Part 1

The data simply doesn’t lie. Every year, on or about January 1st, millions upon millions of people across the globe make resolutions for the start of the New Year. By February, nearly 85% of these resolutions have been abandoned. As the year progresses, these numbers rise and the percentage of people reporting that…
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Daily Work, Daily Bread

Set Your New Year’s Resolutions using These Ideals As we approach the New Year’s holiday, I’d like to invite each of you to consider making a few resolutions. And, along those lines, I’d like to remind us all of a simple and powerful ideal: There’s nothing worth having that doesn’t require work.…
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