As the year comes close to an end, you might be thinking about how to “improve” yourself in the new year. It’s a pretty standard tradition to explore a new resolution, to reflect on how we’ve grown over the past twelve months, and to consider what might change as we move into a new frame of time. I personally love this aspect of the season.
If I’m being completely honest, I try really hard to stay reflective throughout the entire year – not just waiting until December to look back and learn. But there is something unique about this pre-set construct of time to inspire us to get better. And what better place to start than picking up a potential guide on how to do so?