[appreciation digest] resolutions for life and work

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The new year has begun. With 2017 underway, it’s time to think about the coming year and make resolutions to be better in work and in life. Making reasonable and reachable goals will help you become the person you want to be. It’s time to sit down and decide how you would like to improve and then get out there and take action. The only person holding you back is yourself.

This Appreciation Digest gives great suggestions on goals you can set for 2017, offers insight into resolutions successful people have made, and provides advice on how you can actually achieve the goals you set.
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  1. 6 Career Resolutions You Need To Make In 2017

Forbes.com – Start 2017 with career-focused goals like updating your resume and LinkedIn, building your skillset, improving your mindset, building your network, reading more, and finding a mentor. Read More


  1. 18 highly successful people share their New Year’s resolutions

BusinessInsider.com – See how CEOs of top companies want to do much more than simply grow their business. Read More


  1. How to make your financial New Year’s resolutions stick

Cnbc.com – Everyone wants to be a little bit smarter with their money. Learn how focusing on one financial goal and creating a positive feedback loop can help you stick to your financial resolutions. Read More


  1. The Secrets to Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

Fastcompany.com – Learn how to phrase your resolutions in a way that will help you achieve them, make small goals throughout the year, and use repetition to strengthen new habits. Read More


  1. Three Steps to Better New Year’s Resolutions

Huffingtonpost.com – Spending serious time planning, being realistic, and recognizing the limits of your willpower will help you make more effective resolutions for 2017. Read More

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