Setting Personal and Professional New Year Resolutions

RARA Meeting and TAPP Time
Mgmt Books by Shirley Fine Lee
Before you hit the mall to get all those great post-holiday deals, be sure to set your New Year’s resolutions.  If you set a resolution to save more money in the coming year, be sure you consider that resolve before going shopping.  It could either stop you from going or at least encourage you to set a limit for what you spend at the clearance racks and tables.  To make sure you stick to your limit, track your expenditures (including food) throughout the shopping spree.  You can use a phone app or pen and paper to keep track of total costs.  Don’t do it in your head or you ill miss something.  Once you hit your limit, you switch from buy mode to window shopping only if you are with friends.  Keeping track of the costs will encourage you to question each item before you buy so you don’t end up with stuff you really did not want or need just because it seemed like a good deal at the time. 

If you want to set goals for your business or work team, you might want to check out the Goal-setting ideas at 2bproductive blog.  If one of your resolutions is to try to better manage your time this year, then check out the Time Management article links and posts currently on that blog and this blog too.  If one of your resolutions is to try to better manage your time this year, then check out the Time Management article links and posts currently on that blog and this blog too.  If you want forms to help with individual time management, see book T.A.P.P Steps in Time Management. If you want forms to help with team time management in meetings, see book R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard's Approach.  Both books come in print and ebook versions. If you desire to get more organized in other ways,  then check out the posts under Organization label of this blog and visit again for new posts as the year progresses.  

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