Posts Tagged: Planning

Why I Quit Making New Year’s Resolutions to Explore Possibilities Instead

I don’t need studies to know that writing down goals works.  I’ve seen the proof over and over.  Still there is some impressive research surrounding goals and why writing them down makes a difference. Back in 1979, Harvard researchers supposedly interviewed their graduates and found that 84% had no goals, 13% had goals but hadn’t…read more

Reflection and Perspective, Revisited

I’ve been on vacation in Myrtle Beach over the past week soaking up some sun and unwinding from the daily grind. I wrote this post after my vacation here last August and wanted to bring it back out as it remains just as relevant, if not even more so than a year ago. The past…read more

An Idea Without A Plan Remains An Idea

It seems rather obvious, yet year after year, many people feel compelled to greet the start of a new year with grand ideas about losing weight, travelling more, catching up on their reading or spending more time with their loved ones. I read this the other day and it begs sharing here :   “Most…read more

School Selection Compared to Job Selection

Recently, my son transitioned to a different middle school than the one he had been attending since kindergarten and originally intended to graduate.  This transition got me thinking when it came time for me to write for Women in HR.  One can truly correlate the selection of a school to attend to accepting and starting…read more

Do You Travel and Love It?

Travel is part of my work. Over the years, I have conquered my fear of flying and discovered things along the way that help me with the travel aspect of my job.