2013: A year of goals and achievable results

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January 2, 2013
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2012 was a great year for me. I have been more focused, more energetic and more clear about what I wanted to do in life.

In 2012: I did extensive research on Project Management & Requirements Writing. I learned more about Leadership & Management and worked with my team on motivational and team-building exercises.

I kept myself current by constantly checking news from varied sources like CNN.com & Time Magazine. With 16 years of experience, I self-proclaim myself the “Process Improvement Guru” as I have helped improve processes through-out my life either in personal projects or in business by means of effective communication and engaging the work-force/team.

2013 is a year of planning, goals setting and execution. Some of the keywords for this years goals include:

  1. Everything Counts” is going to be my Motto!.
  2. Balance” – I’ll be working hard towards balancing my work life and my family/personal life. (i.e. more quality time with family & kids)
  3. Stay Healthy” – I have already started to eat healthy food and I am going to continue to do so for the rest of my life.
  4. Understand Wellness” – Wellness is not something that one talks about everyday. For me having a “Peace Of Mind” is more important than anything else. This is broadly translated towards meeting my financial goals, health goals and personal goals”.
  5. Wealth Management” – I am going to be more focused towards Wealth Management & Financial Education
  6. Share Knowledge” – Everyone who is around me and in touch with me knows the latest that I know since I like to share all that I have learned. I’ll focus more on building concrete education structure to help others with my knowledge.

Every year, I promise to exercise, blog more, tweet more and I fail. This time I am not going to promise these. I am going to put in the efforts I can and hope for the best.

The year has already beguin with a great start and I look forward to being more goals oriented and focussed on achiving them with concrete results!

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