It’s the end of the year, and naturally that means people are setting goals and expectations for the new year. For some, this is a very easy, clear-cut exercise, but for others it can be difficult to clearly define what they want to accomplish within their next 365 days. We’ve identified some articles with great advice on how to define the what, why, and how of your 2016 resolutions.
Have too many ideas about what you want and are looking for some clarity? This piece breaks down 16 lists for you to create for yourself. Once completed, they should give you a clear focus on what you want out of 2016 and how to make it happen.
Looking for a more condensed game plan? These five steps are all you need to do to take action and pursue your next position.
So you’ve set some career goals. Great. Now you have to keep them. Here are four straight-forward tactics to make sure you haven’t fallen off the wagon by February.
Think the whole New Year’s resolution thing is a bunch of malarkey? This piece is for you. A counter-point to the typical goal-setting articles, this focuses more on what you can do right now in your current job to set yourself up for success in 2016.
Happy New Year everyone!