In less than 72 hours I will be walking into Global Environment of Business and starting my second semester of my MBA program. I will be back in a (hectic/coffee-driven) routine of classes, interviews, homework, reading, study-groups, meetings, happy-hours, and more. I can't wait!
A resolution is not a burden, but an opportunity -- a chance to prove you're master of your fate. -Terry Dunkle
There are several ways people choose to spend both the last few moments of the ending year and the first few moments of a new one. Some people choose to contemplate. These want to ponder on the activities of the dying year and analyze their life over that time. Perhaps they think about goals they had previously set and what occurred in their lives to allow or prevent them from achievement. Likely, these people give time and thought to the upcoming year and what they will strive to accomplish: new year's resolutions. There exists a polar opposite from this group.