Don’t worry. This isn’t another column about how to make and keep resolutions. I couldn’t write that because I’ve never made any. Ever. But I do believe in change. I believe in fresh starts and self-improvement. I see resolutions as consequences of our actions, not the catalyst for our actions. In other words, create routines that create success. Designing a structure to our day leaves less room for excuses. Prioritize and plan. Stuff happens, but it happens less frequently if we anticipate our needs ahead of time and plan accordingly.
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