Make Time for What You Want in The New Year

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  1. Neil Mann says:

    Thanks for this insightful discussion. To make changes we have to set goals, define a plan and then work to make the plan a success. The hardest goals are the establishment of new good habits. I have found that good habits take a lot of time, effort and continuing attention to create and keep. And bad habits can be acquired in the blink of an eye and very little effort and take FOREVER to break.

    I want to find time and energy to get in better shape (less weight more stamina) and to be more focused on what can really be accomplished at work.

  2. Dan Johnson says:

    Neil, you too have great insight! **Dan

  3. Penny Moore says:

    I think this is a great idea. Goals for the new year shouldn’t just be a “resolution”, but taken seriously and planned for accordingly.

    Pennelope

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