With reflection comes lessons learned and a hope for better. In 2014, I want to achieve a more even stride. My advice to myself to hit that steady pace is: Put your needs first because that’s the only way you can be truly available to meet others’ needs. When you hide or minimize or overlook your needs, you step off the cliff. And, most important, you will enjoy your day much more when you understand what you need and then, without shame or reservation, simply go for it.
How would you recap your 2013? And, what advice would you like to give yourself in order to make the most of 2014? Tell us in our comments section, below.
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