Look Back to Look Forward
How has your year been? How would you like next year to be better or different? These are things we should all think about as a year comes to an end – but when you do, try thinking about it as you, the person. What kind of person have you been this year? Personally? Professionally? How would you like to change these answers the next time you ask yourself? Do it.
When thinking about your resolutions this year, think about the meaning of the word. Make it real.
verb re·solve \ri-ˈzälv, -ˈzȯlv also -ˈzäv or -ˈzȯv\
: to make a definite and serious decision to do something
: to make a formal decision about something
: to reduce by analysis <resolve the problem into simple elements>
: to distinguish between or make independently visible adjacent parts of
: to deal with successfully
: clear up <resolve doubts> <resolve a dispute>
: to find an answer to
: to make clear or understandable
: to find a mathematical solution of
: to reach a firm decision about <resolve to get more sleep> <resolve disputed points in a text>
: to declare or decide by a formal resolution
: to make (as voice parts) progress from dissonance to consonance
: to work out the resolution of
Thank you Merriam Webster!