Marji Laine

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A Look Back

January 1Have you looked back at 2015? What did you accomplish? What goals did you fail to achieve?

I’ll tell you mine, if you’ll share some of yours! I break my goals into business, family, and personal ones.

This year actually proved rather successful as far as business goals went. I didn’t set them until a workshop in early March, but they still spanned the entire year. In my business, I intended to Continue reading



I know I know! I just went through a long, two-day episode on not making New Year’s resolutions. It’s not that you shouldn’t make them, by the way, but that you should know how to accomplish them instead of setting yourself up for failure! Check out the article here and a follow up here, but keep reading for more insight.
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Resolving Troublesome Resolutions

Last Friday, I started an article about the problems with New Year’s Resolutions. Today’s article deals with setting up resolutions that can work. Hopefully you can find a few ideas here. Oh and if you missed last Friday’s article, here’s the linkContinue reading


Why Make New Year’s Resolutions?

Do you make these? I suppose I have from time to time, but this year, I couldn’t help but wonder if I’m wasting my time. After all, does making these impossible aspirations really do any good at all?

I bet you think I’m going to say, “Of course it does!.” But I’m not. Usually always the first to encourage and go all Pollyanna, I haven’t actually decided if I like New Year’s Resolutions or not.

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