janice | December 31, 2013
When I first stumbled across Chris Brogan’s posts about using three words to set your intentions for the New Year, I thought it was brilliant. Instead of writing down a bunch of resolutions, using a word or two or three helps you make decisions about the actions you take. It’s easier to let go and […]
janice | January 1, 2013
I always thought it was better to be good. Lately, I’ve realized that it’s good to be better.
Since this is the first day of 2013 and January is Get Organized Month, I thought it was fitting to talk about how to be better. I know many of us have made resolutions, and if we want to be successful, we need to be better.
Dr. Heidi Grant Halvorson wrote about the nine things successful people do differently. One of the main points was the difference between having a “be good” mindset versus. a “be better” mindset.
janice | January 2, 2012
I always love the start of a new year. It’s a clean slate and a fresh start filled with possibilities. This time of year, lots of us think about making resolutions, setting goals, and changing habits, and there are different approaches you can use to make changes you want to make… Here are a few ways to approach your goals for the new year.
janice | January 6, 2011
When the clock rang midnight last year, I was a bit relieved. For me, 2009 was My Year of Going Nuts. I wanted 2010 to be The Rebuilding Year. A do-over of sorts. I needed to find my footing in the world. I should point out that My Year of Going Nuts really started in […]