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Happy New Year: Looking Ahead to 2017


Posted on December 27th, by Henry Goldbeck in Events, In The Media. Comments Off on Happy New Year: Looking Ahead to 2017

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As the year winds down, many people consider it the perfect time to look ahead to the upcoming New Year and set new goals for themselves. And while there’s nothing wrong with making a few new year’s resolutions, there are other great ways to ring in 2017! Here are a few ideas to say farewell to 2016 and welcome the new year:

Review your wins for 2016

Instead of dwelling on any negatives or challenges the year may have contained, take some time to reflect upon your best accomplishments of the year. This will help you to kick off January with a more positive outlook.

Reorganize your workspace

The New Year is the perfect time to throw out the old and bring in the new. Get that filing cabinet organized, clean out your inbox, or update your Outlook calendar. Resolve any old items so you can start 2017 with a clean slate.

Learn something new

Whether it be something that could advance your career or simply a topic you’re interested in, pick a practice or subject you would like to learn more about and commit to growing that skill over the next twelve months.

Conclusion

In addition to taking the opportunity to start 2017 afresh and embarking on new career goals, don’t forget that the most important thing for New Years is to spend time with the people you care about. Have a safe and happy New Years, and here’s to a healthy and prosperous 2017!

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Henry E. Goldbeck, President and founder of Goldbeck Recruiting Inc, is a Certified Personnel Consultant (CPC) with over 24 years recruiting experience. In his 13 years at the helm of Goldbeck Recruiting, Henry has built the company's reputation as a leading headhunter and recruitment agency in sales, marketing, operations, engineering, and executive level positions across a variety of industries.

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