Another year has ended; a new one begins. As always, many people are spending at least some time reflecting on what they’ve accomplished in 2013, and what they want to achieve for 2014. And just as always, some resolutions for this year are probably carry-overs from the previous year.
In other words, unaccomplished goals.
I’ve always been a goal oriented person, but I don’t always accomplish all my goals. I get better each year (using some of the ideas you’ll find in this blog), but I still haven’t reached the stage where I hit 100% of my resolutions for the year. This past year there were some definite goals I had to achieve. Yet some I did, and some I didn’t. There were important lessons learnt either way.
I’d like to share with you some of those lessons.