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Cheers to a Successful 2016!

Screen Shot 2015-12-28 at 8.26.43 PMI love the New Year and everything it signifies. There’s something so promising about a new beginning and fresh start…It’s also a great time to reflect on the best parts of 2015. What are your most impressive accomplishments that you’re exceptionally proud of this year? Write them down. Refer to this list often and add to it each time you achieve something awesome. Referencing your combined big wins can be a huge motivator, and you may find these accomplishments make for great bullet points on your resume or an addition to your website under “results” or “services.”

Now consider what you’d most like to accomplish in 2016. Not just “resolutions.” I’m talking GOALS! Establish some big, lofty goals for the New Year and write them down. During this week when work may be a bit slower, take a moment to establish some stretch goals and break them down into actionable tasks that you can perform each day in order to move your goals forward… After the ball drops and you return to work that first week in 2016, you will be ready to hit the ground running and get a jump start on accomplishing those goals you set. Writing it down makes a huge difference, as does outlining attainable, specific tasks. Try it, and let me know how it works for you!

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Wishing you a healthy, happy & prosperous New Year. Cheers to a successful 2016!



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