At the end of each year we are always given loads of advice to help us reform, update and upgrade our lives in the new year. This season is no exception. Here is some of the best advice for improving your personal and business life.
Let’s start with what you shouldn’t do
from Harvard Business Review’s article, Five Things You Should Stop Doing in 2012 . This article boils down to stop checking email constantly like one of Pavlov’s dog, avoid mindless traditions by doing something different, detox from reading things that annoy you, avoid work that’s not worth it, and test ideas before you commit.
Losing weight is the most common New Year’s resolution,
but with its history of failure it’s far better to think of a healthy lifestyle. Check out this article with sound advice.
Many people are under false impressions that playing sports and taking time out of your schedule to exercise will interfere with the goals you set out to achieve. Thus, I have compiled a list of four healthy New Year’s …
Maybe you will want to skip the usual resolutions and go for just one simple one
I don’t want to go on living as if every year of my life were a disposable container. That’s why my New Year’s resolution has nothing to do with your usual suspects.
Maybe you could use some iPhone apps to help you with your resolutions.
For a systematic approach to meeting your New Year’s resolutions, plan it out with the Big Change app for iPhone ($2.99). Whether you want to exercise more, drink less or save money, the Big Change app has a setting for …
Or maybe you should just go for a New You evolution instead of resolution
Check out what business and life coach, Shirene Urton, had to say about this in a recent interview Make a New You Evolution Not Resolution–Shirene Urton
Now tell us , do you set resolutions, and what are your favorites?