Updated: Oct 5, 2021
We might not yet be finished with the masks and hand washing but with vaccines rolling out, 2021 has to be a better year. The only way to make sure it’s better is to make plans and set goals. You can even call them resolutions if you like.
Having targets for ourselves matters because, after all, we can only hit what we aim at. And since we might miss to begin with, we might as well be aiming high. That was Henry David Thoreau’s take on setting goals. After a year of hibernation that’s the attitude, we need to adopt.
In that spirit, here are three more tips on how to set resolutions for 2021 (we also have another article to check out for 2021 planning):