A New Year’s Resolution Worth Keeping

Posted by Tom Locke on December 31st, 2013 filed in Education, History, Life

Most New Year’s resolutions are aborted or broken before the end of January.  Many believe that this is because we set ourselves up to fail by asking far too much of ourselves.

Try to go with incremental improvements.  Not only are they doable, you will admire yourself for being able to achieve them.

In that vain, here’s a resolution that we all can adhere to:  Whether it’s business or personal, instead of looking for the right person, be the right person.  You will soon find out that being the right person will direct you in doing the right things and inevitably lead you to the right person(s).


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