Set your goals for 2011

Katie Hinderer | 01 January 2011
setting goals for 2011 is a more worthwhile endeavor. It gives you a goal to work towards, ways to improve slowly over the year, without feeling discouragement the first time something doesn’t go right, which ultimately leads to giving up and thinking better luck next year.
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