New Years Resolutions – A lot of us make them, but how many of us actually stick to them?
It always seems like a good idea to approach the new year with a big optimistic career plan about how we’re going to use it as a fresh start, to become better, more successful people; whether it be by landing your dream job, getting a promotion or getting a degree.
But nearly a year on, I wonder how these ground breaking goals have really panned out.
Here are a few examples of some of the most common new years resolutions that people make about their careers each year vs. a more realistic take on them!
DREAM: I will land my dream job this year!
— Rick G. Rosner (@dumbassgenius) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will approach each day with a positive attitude and a spring in my step!
— April 24th (@_RobertMayfield) November 30, 2015
DREAM: I will put extra hours in at work this year to get that promotion!
— Jessica Lynn Verdi (@jessicaverdi) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will improve my relationships with colleagues!
— Carlos Marquez (@Dr_C_LOS) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will reduce stress levels this year!
— DixonDaisy (@bubbleboo17) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will stop procrastinating at work!
— miggy stardust (@miggystardust) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will achieve a great work-life-balance!
— Misophonic Spree (@MisophonicSpree) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will maintain a healthy lifestyle!
— Richard Jeter (@MilesToGo13) December 10, 2015
DREAM: I will take pride in my appearance in professional situations!
— Tonya Morgan (@NotSpiral) December 10, 2015
Dropping all of my career goals to become a Disney princess pic.twitter.com/m6JppQQFqq
— Anna Walters (@TheeAWalt) November 30, 2015
REALITY: I guess I could get a job in recruitment.
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