Focus on what you do, as opposed to mere face-time.
New Year’s resolutions are made by more than 40% of Americans every year. Of course, less than half of them are still observed by June, but the tradition is still a positive one. In fact, those who make resolutions are ten times more likely to attain goals than those who don’t make them. That said, there are certain promises to oneself that should be avoided, including some pertaining to work. We all want to improve ourselves, but it’s a waste of time and energy to make vows that won’t really help you succeed. So consider the following a list of ten don’ts (and ten dos) to help guide you toward a prosperous 2012.
Dennis McCafferty is a freelance writer for Baseline Magazine.
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