1. Steward my writing gift more faithfully.
2. Love more, love better.
3. Self discipline.
I believe I managed to clear most of my 2010 resolutions, each to various extents. I’m sure there are people out there who would agree with me! Glad to know that I’m on a run on accomplishing my resolutions and I’m not intending to break the trend this year! Here’s the next list you guys can keep me accountable to!
1) Be a better listener
Gideon actually mentioned to me before that I actually observe & listen quite a lot, just that I not very good at appearing interested, due to the fact that I often look away to ponder about their words when they are talking to me. Jo Lee also mentioned that I’m actually quite bad with the eye contact thing, especially when I’m not the one talking.
To the people who talk to me often: Remind me!
2) Be a better speaker
I think this is my only area of strength, and as I take on new roles, I realized that I’m not as good as I want to be. Got to work on it. Much more.
3) Stop fidgeting
I have serious ADD issues. Period.
I knew it. It was a smart move to post my New Year Resolutions for 2009 on my blog. It never got lost, and I even had people to hold me accountable to it. All in all, I accomplished 2 out of my 3 resolutions last year. I accomplished what I have set out to do and did not waste my year. I hope you can say the same!
1) Invest more into meaningful relationships – Put more time and effort into the catch ups and people. It’s the only thing that counts in the long run.
2) Lead a more balance life by actively emptying my schedule – Doing more with a blank canvas and a renewed mind. Taking regular sabbaths and picking up a hobby.
3) Get a healthier diet and a stronger physic!
Something for everyone to keep me accountable…
1) Flexible Leadership
2) Expand my heart for people
There have been considerable amounts of hype concerning New Year resolutions as we step into 2008. Some resolved to set fewer resolutions and accomplish them; some others just gave up altogether. Reasons cited was that since resolutions are seldom fulfilled, or in their cases, never. They decided to might as well skip the process altogether.
That’s a load of balderdash to me.
Failure may not be as tasteful as success, but aimlessness may be even more bitter then the former. I rather fail my resolutions for an entire lifetime then drift aimlessly for a year; at least I know how far I am away from my destination.
This is the just the coward’s way of escaping failure – by prohibiting success.