How To Revive Your New Year’s Resolution with This Easy Strategy

Happy New Year Readers!

Announcement: Next month, our blog will be undergoing a renovation to better provide you with timely writings, strategies and challenges to support your personal development! We’re launching over 10 new modules in addition to the expanded exercises being developed for Finding Passion. Now, how are you going to know about that unless we do some writing? Stay tuned.

In the meantime, enjoy this latest post to help you make your resolutions last. Two weeks into January, and I already know some of you are getting a little sloppy with promises made at New Year’s. Learn from these insights that can help you align your goals to make 2015 your best year yet!

How To Easily Make Your Resolutions Last

Enjoy the original post on LinkedIn:

Jessica Manca is a Certified Executive Coach at Managing Mindspaces, specializing in personal transformation. Her sensible career and personal coaching programs provide mid-life professionals with strategies and accountability to design a life with “no regrets.” Jessica is the author of “Finding Passion: A Self-Discovery Approach for Navigating Career Crossroads” (2013), guiding readers through exercises to find answers, reduce overwhelm, and become ready to make the change they want. Combined with her coaching, she challenges clients to have the conversation with themselves they’ve long been avoiding. Jessica’s passion is helping hard-working professionals being awakened to the power of choice, being self-solid and being reconnected to one’s direction in life. She believes it’s never too late to live the life you want.

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