Wednesday, 4 January 2012

2012 - End of New Years Resolutions

I am sure I am not the only one that hold such notion, but having new years resolutions are about as useful as drug addicts adding zeros at the end of "mitte: 30" on a script for Diazepam (or Valium for those more familiar with brand names).

Be honest, how many of you have tried to makes these resolutions (be it related to business, personal or social) only to have it shoved in the bin like all those Viagra generic* fliers that you were inundated with last year.

If your goals were really important then why wait till the new years to start taking action? If they weren't that important for you to take action during the year then why put it in as a NYR?

Perhaps the resolution "Don't wait till the beginning of the year to take action" will suffice for the rest of our lives?

Just some food for thought.

*Pfizer's patent on Viagra expired last year in New Zealand.

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