Tell us your #workresolutions for 2014
There's just something about a new year that feels like a fresh start.
So why do we so often spend this fresh start fixating on the things we want to change about ourselves?
New Year's resolutions could be a powerful, inspirational idea.
Instead they usually end up making us feel like this:
This year we'd like to try something new. Instead of making resolutions to change ourselves, we're setting professional intentions for the year ahead. We're calling them #workresolutions.
Have you always wanted to learn HTML? Is it time for you to ask for more responsibility? Are you hoping to work up the courage to ask for a raise? Resolve to make 2014 the year that you do it.
This month we'll be writing and talking about #workresolutions: how to make them, how to keep them, and what we hope to accomplish this year. Most importantly, we want to hear your thoughts and resolutions, so keep an eye on our blog and Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to join the conversation.
As you think about your #workresolutions, here are a few articles to inspire you:
Want to accomplish more? Do something small, every day.
Everyone feels stuck from time to time. Here's how to set goals that will help you bust out of a rut.
Already set your resolution? Here's how behavioral economics can help you stick to it.
What are you hoping to accomplish professionally this year?