It has just turned to 2018, and I sincerely hope that for many of us we have the ability, the courage and the will to reach out to those who suffer and struggle. Our love for others may sometimes go unnoticed and, in fact, it may be unappreciated, but every so often the consequences of unselfish acts of love will go far beyond our expectations. Last year, my wife and I mourned the death of her mother and my stepfather.
If you’re not one to partake in New Year’s celebrations, try to think of all the reasons why. Do you think next year will be the same as last? Do you believe New Year’s resolutions are made to be abandoned? Or are you simply afraid of getting out of your comfort zone and embracing real change? The best way to bid farewell to a less-than-perfect year is to remind yourself that you deserve BETTER. This means focusing on the future
If you want to discover how leaders maintain their winning streak, take a peek into their New Year’s resolutions because their list is likely to be long! Whether we’re talking about political leaders, business leaders or leaders in our own communities and families, a person who takes charge on a personal or professional level is likely to set goals—and LOTS of them. If you aspire to be an exemplary leader in your respective field, do not be deterred by the