The beginning of the year is a great time to set goals for the future, but actually keeping those goals? Well, we know that’s often easier said than done.
The trick, though, is a combination of making the right resolutions and finding smart ways to actually stick to them. Do that, and you won’t just meet your goals, you’ll set yourself up for success long beyond 2013.
On that note, check out these articles from around the web for some serious resolution-setting and goal-keeping inspiration. Happy New Year!
- Set yourself up for that promotion with these ways to be indispensable at work in 2013. (ForbesWoman)
- Improve your finances with one of 13 stellar money resolutions for 2013. (LearnVest)
- Made your resolutions? Check. Now check out three surefire ways to keep them. (Brit + Co.)
- Keep track of your progress with these apps to help you track your resolutions. (GeekSugar)
- Get inspired by these secrets of motivated people. (RealSimple)
- Or, read one of these 15 books that will help you prosper. (BrazenCareerist)
- Resolutions not your thing? Instead of making them, dream. (Harvard Business Review)
- And, you know, just for kicks: New Year’s resolutions for the lazy. (CollegeHumor)
Want more? Check out some of our tips on making and keeping your resolutions!
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