Sally’s 7 Resolutions for a Successful New Year (Part 2)
Take a deep breath and get ready to leap into 2013. Like every other New Year, this one brings at least 365 opportunities to make positive change. Are you ready to make the coming year your best yet? Read on. In last week’s article, I shared three of my Top 7 Resolutions for a Successful New Year: 1. Lose Weight, 2. Reduce Debt, and 3. Spend Less Time Working. Below are the remaining four on my list.
4. Learn Something New
5. Help Others
The vast majority of employees want to deliver a quality work product. They want to feel that they are part of a clearly directed team that not only enjoys working together, but also is committed to succeeding together. And they want to feel that they are rewarded based on their individual ability to achieve what is expected of them.
6. Get Organized
Tackle it in 24 hours. Schedule a two-hour meeting each month and bring a genuine commitment to making real productive change during the coming year. This is dedicated, uninterrupted time in which doctor and staff commit to continuously improving the practice and transforming an office locked in a seemingly perpetual state of crisis management or lackluster success into one of superior efficiency and productivity. Here’s how:
7. The final and perhaps most important resolution has three parts, but each is dependent on the other two: Peace of mind. Reduce your stress. And enjoy life more. If that sounds like the kind of resolution you want for the New Year, click HERE or call (877) 777-6151.
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