01 Jan 2008
I’m not a proponent of New Year’s resolutions, because typically they lack the structure for success… incremental measurable goals and accountability, however, the end of the year is a good time for us to reflect on our current state of affairs and define goals that we want to achieve. Wandering aimlessly is seldom profitable and potentially dangerous. It’s prudent to stop and assess our situation, perhaps what led us here, and plot a course of action to improve our situation. This approach can be applied to physical, mental, and spiritual arenas. Stop what hurts and begin what helps. Be prepared.