The end of one year and the beginning of a brand new year can be quite overwhelming. Especially since it follows one of the biggest holidays of the year. And, in my case, it’s winter weather time. So right after Christmas it’s time to prepare for the next celebration, New Year’s Day, and you feel the need to jot down a couple wants, wishes, or resolutions and call it good.
It’s that time of year again. There is a nip in the air, there’s hustle and bustle in the stores, and families are gathering to celebrate.
Aww, you thought I was talking about the holidays. Well, kind of, but for this writing, not quite. It’s actually the end of one year and soon to be beginning of a brand new year. December is usually when we take stock of the past year and look forward to what the new year may hold.
Where were you on January 1, 2016? Where do you want to be in 2017? How are you going to get where you want to be? Too many questions? Too personal? Not if you want to succeed!