Issue #83

New Year’s Resolutions

You get a new year, you get a new start, you get a new opportunity. — Billy Butler
A silhouette of a person watching fireworks.

The best time to set goals is right now, today. At least some research says that people who set goals on the first of January are much more likely to keep them. I believe that any time is a good time to start a new habit, so why not right now?

Take a few minutes for yourself, reflect on the past year, what went well and what went poorly, write down your goals for the new year and commit today.

What better time to create new habits and start than right now, at the beginning of a new decade?

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Until Next Week

What goals have you set for yourself? Reply to this email and I’ll hold you accountable by checking in on your progress as often as you’d like.

Zoran Jambor
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