2009 New Year's Revolutions
Use Possibility Thinking to Inspire Transformational Actions
By Michael Guld
We often see New Year’s resolutions as a difficult exercise, requiring discipline, determination and will power—not exactly energizing words. New Year’s revolutions are personal and broader in scope than the traditional resolutions. They can help you stay inspired (not merely disciplined) and produce long-term results.
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