5 Must-Read Resolutions for Great 2016
Yesterday was the last day of 2015, I wish everyone Happy New Year. As the New Year start many of us start thinking of the plans which is left behind so pull out your 2015 planner and look back at the year that’s end and glimpse about your biggest projects, your biggest triumphs and the big events of 2015.Go back through your year, month by month, and remind yourself of the great things you completed last year — as well as the goals you set or thought about for 2015 that didn’t come to fruition.
For many, 2016 resolutions often feel like a forced, trite way to make a change. After all, if you really wanted to change, why would you wait around for January First? You’d be better off just making sporadic changes throughout the year, right?
“If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up somewhere else.”
There is nothing like mapping out a plan, working like crazy and despite all obstacles, getting what you were after. Wow!! No matter what the goal is, even little daily goals, it’s exciting. They build momentum and anticipation. Just like a road sign telling you that you’ve only got 3 miles to go. Cool!
If you’re looking to set resolutions for next year but are struggling with coming up with some solid, achievable ideas, keep on reading. Here are 5 resolutions you could work on this year.
1) Plan Your Carrer:
A people without a vision will perish
2) Learn to Love Technology:
‘All of us do not have equal talent, but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talents.’ -John F. Kennedy
If there is one thing that you MUST beat into your head every day like a mantra is that success at anything is simple, you can learn any time so adopt and work on these areas
- Big Data
- Cloud Computing
- Digital Marketing
- Mobile Development
- Business Intelligence / Artificial Intelligence
3) Share your skills with others:
Jumping on opportunities to share your skills with others through public speaking engagements isn’t just beneficial for your audience. It also a great way to present yourself as an expert, increase your visibility both online and offline, and build your personal brand.
4) Embrace failure and learn from it:
You are going to fail at some point in life. It could be a big event, like getting fired. It could be a small event, like forgetting to do the laundry. It’s all relative. The important thing is to recognize that the process for dealing with big or small failures is the same. Acknowledge that it happened. Deal with the situation. Learn from it. Improve yourself. And move on.
5) Empowering Questions Daily:
“I had six honest serving men-they taught me all I knew: Their names were Where and What and When and Why and How and Who.”
What kind of questions have I been asking myself in the last hour?
Those are my secrets. Now, it’s your turn. What are your secrets to keeping your goals? What are your new year’s resolutions this year? Please let me know in the Comments section below – and please share this post! I want these secrets to get out, so we can all accomplish our goals in 2016. Happy New Year!