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  1. Great blog. To me a resolution is trying to change something you dont like. While resolutions can be fun to think about, they rarely stick.

    Goals on the other hand are things you want to accomplish. You can set due dates, check points and track your progress. It is a different mindset.
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  2. Hi Karen! It’s nice to meet you. I look forward to reading your posts over the coming month. I’ve spent most of my life in ministry to college students with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Now I’m ministering to parents. I’ve never gone for my PhD, but I hear it is like climbing a mountain. I’m glad your getting close to the summit! God bless you.
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  3. Huge difference! Resolutions are empty promises while proactive goals are more concrete. The new year will present challenges that require new goals. It happens every year! Enjoyed your post; have a great 2017!

  4. I was reading another post by a blogger who said she does not make resolutions as they have no action plan behind them. How true that is! It’s all very well saying you want to achieve something but you have to actually action it and know where you are going to get it. Happy New Year to you!

    Enjoy the journey!
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