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New Years resolutions

 Why do we make resolutions?

I know lots of people who don't. And it is okay. But statistics show that people who have long-term goals are more successful than others.

So, instead of new year resolutions, how about implementing yearly performance review for yourself! Where are you with your goals?

Maybe this way you won't start from the beginning each year, but you will continue from where you left and increment faster this time and this year.

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