Last week I talked about some time management goals that I had for 2017 and some things that I still need to work on in that area. I said, “I’m pretty good at time management, but I want to be better,” and that “I’ve completed the entry level time management tips.”
I also said, while discussing my prioritization issues that I’ve read around 100 books this year, which was flagged in the comments as a lot of reading.
And it certainly is. There is no doubt that I did better with time management in 2016 than I had in previous years.
Today, I want to share with you five of the tips and tools that I used to get there. Continue reading “Five Tips for Better Time Management in 2017”
45% of Americans usually make New Year’s resolutions, while another 17% make them occasionally. Of those who make resolutions, only 8% successfully achieve their goals.
That’s pretty depressing.
We’re all about self-improvement around here. While I don’t usually set New Year’s resolutions, I set goals and work to build better habits all the time. With that in mind, let’s look into making better resolutions so that you can set yourself up for success.
Continue reading “How Not to Fail at Your New Year’s Resolution”
I’m not usually one for New Year’s resolutions.
Don’t get me wrong. I am all for setting goals and building habits. I am all about self-improvement. I just don’t usually tie it to the turn of the calendar year.
I am a proponent of constant self-improvement, which includes setting goals and building new habits at multiple points during a given year. Basically, whenever you discover that there is something that you could do to improve yourself, you sit down and make a plan to start working on it as soon as possible.
That said, I suppose the beginning of the calendar year is as good a time as any to induce some self-assessment.
Plus, this year I have an area of improvement that I want to work on for which the timing coincides roughly with the new year.
Continue reading “New Year Adjacent Resolution”