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Friday, December 31, 2010

Ten Resolutions for Maximizing Your Potential | Company Activities & Management Sales & Selling from AllBusiness.com

By Keith Rosen, MCC
The Executive Sales Coach TM

The New Year brings the opportunity for change. For many of us, it's a time to come up with resolutions. These resolutions are usually the same every year, or we stick to them for only a few weeks.

If you have ever struggled to create what you want in the New Year or to keep your resolutions, consider that your current goals and the strategies to achieve them may not serve you best.

Resolution is defined as ''the process of reducing to simpler form.'' Which brings us to the paradox of resolutions: Instead of simplifying our lives, they dump more tasks, goals, or projects onto our agendas; we think that by achieving more, our lives will be more fulfilling and successful in the New Year.

In order to make and keep your resolutions with the least amount of effort, start by upgrading your attitude and your approaches. To begin, here are 10 resolutions that will enable you to maximize your potential and manage your life:

1. Quit Tolerating.

2. Play Your Game.

3. Create a Winning Routine.

4. Have Fun.

5. Deepen Your Learning.

6. Expand Your Vision.

7. Transcend Your Beliefs.

8. Do Complete Work.

9. Focus on the Present.

10. Be Fearless.


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What are you committed to improving this coming year? and what is your plan for making it happen?

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