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Resolving for 2014

My resolution for 2013 was to make decisions based on my and my family’s priorities, and not to let the momentum of a busy life drive me into constantly saying “yes!” to everything.  Although it’s clear that my 2013 was filled with activity after activity after activity, I can comfortably say that every event, activity and project was something I wanted to do, not something I felt pushed into.

For 2014, I have a singular resolution:

Make every action an expression of my authentic self.

Maybe I’ve been reading too many self-help books, but it’s true. I want to be conscious, authentic and present.  I want to master what I’m good at, and delegate the rest.  Instead of bouncing around like a pinball in a machine of infinite options and possibilities, I want to focus on the projects that bring me meaning, and bring my involvement to a deeper, more focused level.

Here’s to a new year!

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