It’s natural to greet the new year with hopes and dreams, and even a little trepidation. Looking ahead into the unknown is exciting and unsettling, all at once, and it can be hard to see our own influence and control.
Many people take the opportunity of a new year to make resolutions. That might work for some people but, for many, resolutions are soon broken. We even expect it to happen. Initiating a positive change with failure in mind—even in the back of the mind—is a recipe for disappointment. Continue reading