What are your professional New Year's Resolutions for 2021?

HannahBaldovino's profile thumbnail
Great question! Mine's a bit of both personal and professional but the intent was because of my professional setting. I decided that I want to view each interaction with everyone and each circumstance I'm in as a learning opportunity. There is always something new to learn from another person. Everyone is an expert in something. I work with a lot of challenging personalities so that is one of the reasons why I'm trying to take this perspective on. What about you Annie?
iynna's profile thumbnail
I don't set resolutions for myself instead i like to create goals that I wish to accomplish by a certain date. I want to draft a program roadmap for my company by end of Q1 and I want to finish writing all my process documents/"How to" type of guides. If I die (God forbid) or something of that sort happens to me, I want to make sure my team can still move forward without having to reinvent the wheel. What about you? Any specific goals or resolutions?
vanessa's profile thumbnail
I shied away from setting goals for 2021 after the craziness of 2020. My intention is to attract collaborators for my newsletter Future of Belonging for interviews, community building, and scaling impact.
WenlinT's profile thumbnail
I don't usually do new year's resolutions, but I set a general direction, or pick a word to embody my intention, behaviours and general approach for the year. Within the tradition of Yoga there is a beautiful Sanskrit word that relates to this: Sankalpa, सङ्कल्प which translates to 'heart-felt intention'. I've decided on 3 this year, in order of importance:1. DISCIPLINE: I'd like to by the end of 2021 get up consistently at 5AM. I'd say i'm about 30% there, some evenings I tend to sleep late, which result in a 630 or 7AM wakeup. 2. COMMUNITY/CONNECTION: I'd like to meet, create and support people I don't usually otherwise, especially those outside of my industry (Mental, physical health). I'd like to meet as many people as I can this year to learn, exchange ideas, and possibly co-create, collaborate in the future. 3. IMPACT: I want to help as many people as I can this year. This is not within my capacity as someone in the mental health space, but me as a person, Wenlin, and my life experiences in general e.g. how I can support people in my network by referring connections, offering a different perspective, encouraging them to continue on their goals, projects etc.
abbie's profile thumbnail
I've actually studied the art and science on goal setting, changing habits and behaviors, mind management, life coaching, manifestation and more - all in search of understanding how to set ambitious (and also modest) goals and how to actually achieve them. It was a game-changer for me and helped me understand why things hadn't worked in the past - and how I could consistently achieve ambitious goals even in adversity (example: I launched a new biz last year and 4x my income). I was fascinated about why some people thrive and some sink in their lives. So I created an online workshop to teach goal-setting and achieving to others and it has worked for 100+ women. There is a science to it for sure. It is a learned skillset. Feel free to reach out to me at www.abbieschiller.com. The course is helpful for taking inventory of your life, how you spend your time, what you want in your life, and the emotional energy behind your goals - and it will give you the tools to help live more into your potential.