New Day’s Resolutions Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue 365

2019 has passed and here we are starting 2020 as a new year. It will probably take me a few months to put the correct year on the checks that I write; (yes, I still do write a few checks from time to time), and take a second longer to scroll down to my birth year on every online form I fill out.

I look back with some sadness at the losses this past year; my dear father, Tzvi, my father in-law, Leonard, and even our 16 year old devoted dog, Noodles. We saw good changes, progress, client successes and personal growth. We watched lots of firsts; our grandkids lost their first teeth, played in their first recitals and soccer tournament and added a fur baby to their growing family. 

And, as I tend to do each year-end, I look back and resolve to make changes in the coming year. We all know that those new year’s resolutions mostly don’t become more than thoughts or notes jotted on paper or digital ink, and we often fall back into the old habits of the year gone by and miss the mark.

Instead, why not make resolutions at the end or the start of each day, each week and each month? Wouldn’t it make greater sense to evaluate often, take note of what went well or not so well, and make the immediate necessary course correction to improve in the coming day and week?  

You know that old adage, how do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time.
Start this year by taking small bites that will add up to great changes to comprise your new year resolution. You may be amazed at the successes you make when you take one step at a time. 

Review daily, and take action, step by step towards your success.   

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