** From the pages of Junction’s notebook: Read about the experiences, perspectives, and ideas of Junction team members.
As we flip the calendar once again, we are reminded of how important setting goals, such as New Year’s Resolutions, can be. But these resolutions transcend business; when we declare our objectives, we set the tone for our entire year in our personal lives as well.
Here are our own ambitions for 2013:
After a difficult year, I hope for better health in 2013, and I resolve to work hard towards that goal. – MC
My New Year’s Resolution this year is the same as every year… to save more money. I didn’t do too well in 2012, but we’ll see how it goes this year! – TLS
I resolve to spend more time on my Kindle, which I’ve hardly touched the last couple of months, and also to commit more time to an organization giving back to my community. – SB
My resolution is to dedicate more time and energy to exploring new paths, discovering new experiences, meeting new friends and reconnecting with old ones, and making the most of the precious time afforded to me at this point in my life. – JMA
I resolve to spend more energy and focus on moving forward to creating additional opportunities for personal and business growth in 2013, and to spend more time with family and friends. – JMC
My New Year’s resolution is to take down the Christmas Tree before March and remain healthy in order to fit into my wedding dress. – BM
I find that most New Year’s Resolutions fade after the first 2 weeks of the New Year. In an attempt to have success with my resolutions in 2013, I resolve to listen, learn, and contribute more in all areas of my life throughout the year. – JCG
Junction wishes all of our readers a prosperous New Year, and good luck with sticking to your resolutions!