By Haley Burress United States
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There’s just something about a new year that can kick start even the most reluctant planner or goal-setter. The good news is that it is never too early or too late to set goals for your personal or professional life, and you can benefit from new habits all year long.
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In my limited experience, I have found that it is helpful to have a person with whom you can discuss your goals. I visit with a friend who occasionally volunteers at my facility to get her feedback on my ideas/plans/goals. She will ask questions and offer suggestions that usually help make things go more smoothly. For example, if I say, "I'd like to encourage tenants to play more games," she might respond with, "What kind of games? How often will they play? Are the games self-directed?" This helps me to understand that my goal is a good one, but it is too broad and difficult to reach without further refinement.
(Not the best example, but you get what I mean).