Reflections on the Start of a New Year

I’ve never been one for New Year Resolutions. For me, the term resolution infers a closing, an ending, – “We managed to resolve the problem!”. So I have never sat down at the start of the year and made copious lists of what I wish for the year.

Having said that, there are several things that I would like to accomplish in the coming year:

  • to finish and publish my book on how I accomplish tasks without sight,
  • to run a few professional workshops on both disability awareness and communication
  • to continue developing my own skills as a speaker and facilitator
  • To write more regular articles for this blog.
  • To build on the foundations of some of the tasks I began last year – my website, my LinkedIn profile, my Facebook pages

I know that these are not SMART goals (specific, measurable, action-orientated, , realistic, time-based), but for me they are a guideline to help me prioritise my activities over the coming year. Maybe I should plan to revisit this post in January 2017…

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