… by volunteering?
Forbes Ten Resolutions The Most Successful People Make And Then Keep
#4 Resolve to find your purpose
“Starting a career, a company or any kind of journey that is based firmly on your purpose is foundational to success and happiness. If you don’t know your ……purpose, finding one is the worthiest of resolutions.”
A good way to find your purpose is by volunteering. What are you passionate about? What do you care enough about to want to change? Could you volunteer to make something you believe in happen in 2013?
#5 Resolve to support a cause
“If you’re reading this, chances are you are one of the rare people who know how to start things. Fortunately, there are people like you who have already started causes that make the world better—they feed the hungry; they save the rain forest; they fight cancer; they do good things. There is virtually a cause for everyone, and contributing will make your year happier. Promise.”
Good causes need time as well as money. How about supporting your cause by donating some of your time in 2013?
Whatever you do, I wish you a happy and fulfilled 2013.
“Make a resolution to do something for yourself
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Regardless, thanks for your time, Alysa