Happy New Year

Happy New Year

Well, it’s that time again: a new year, and that means New Year resolutions.
But will we keep them?
A lot of us won’t, and there are various reasons for that — the most common one being that the resolutions aren’t realistic in the first place.
Lose 50 pounds. Run a marathon. Stop buying lattes. Raise perfect children. Cut out sugar entirely. Find the key to world peace.
Social scientists have done research on this, and they conclude that setting realistic goals may be the key to success in keeping your resolutions.
There’s another factor that helps: having an accountability partner — someone you check in with regularly to help you stay on course.
So here’s my challenge: let’s set some realistic goals for the coming year, and let’s be accountable to each other.
Our goals?
  • Grow our donor base.
  • Get the word out to more Californians about our services.
  • Find those in need of assistance with their sight or hearing, and give them the help they need.
What do you think? Realistic? Is there something we should add? Let me know.
Oh, and by the way, Happy New Year!
Sincerely,
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