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REFLECT AND PLAN By MICHELLE GABRIELLE CENTAMORE
The dawn of a new year is a time to reflect on self improvement. (Shutterstock)
With New Year’s resolutions, we commit to creating change in the hopes our
lives will improve.
“A lot of people see the new year as an end of one segment of time and
the logical, natural time to hit the reset button and go after some changes,”
says Striker Corbin, a speaker and success coach at Striker Corbin Hypnosis
& Success Coaching in Hauppauge. “Anytime you look to improve yourself,
that's a positive thing.”
For some, reflecting on 2018 may be more of a reminder of what went wrong
rather than right. If last year’s goals didn’t come to fruition or if you’re looking
to set the bar higher this time around, fear not. We’ve got tips from the experts
on how to make your resolutions stick for 2019.
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