Statistics show that more than 40 percent of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. Some of the most popular resolutions are to lose weight, stop smoking, and better manage finances. Research also shows that people who set New Years resolutions are 10 times more likely to achieve their goals than those who don’t. What if we all made resolutions connected to the main areas of our lives? How would that impact our overall satisfaction? I read an article on LinkedIn recently that strongly suggested that we all should set resolutions aimed at improving our lives in six key areas:
The end of the year is often a time of reflection on the past and planning for the future. Some of us make our New Year’s Resolution to lose weight, read more, or a variety of other things to improve ourselves in one way or another. But, are you neglecting your professional health? Taking an inventory of where you are in your career and assessing your professional needs for the future will have a lasting effect on your overall well being.