In a recent post for The Indiana Lawyer, I wrote about some strategies for goal setting in 2016.

From the article:

The location of the list [containing your goals] is not as important as removing the tendency to write the list and leave it buried on your desk. Simply keep the list in a place that is easily accessible to limit the resistance to review your goals regularly.

This time of year is great for reflecting on the past year and putting a plan in place to make 2016 great!

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