The most important thing a person needs for himself or herself is that all the positive changes you make have to be permanent when you begin good New Year’s resolutions. You will need to work on sticking with the good habits you have adopted until they just become a natural part of who you are. That is how you achieve true self-improvement. Here are some New Year Resolution Ideas For Employees and Work.
#1. New Year Resolution Ideas For Work
There are only 24 hours in a day, so spend the New Year maximizing the number of things you’re able to get done: Work on developing your time management skills, research productivity hacks and apps, and turn off that phone.
Develop an Abundance Mindset
Too often, life becomes a race to the finish. But why put yourself under so much pressure? Vow to switch your current state of scarcity to one of abundance.
Find a Side Hustle
Whether it’s to earn extra cash or to follow a passion that your day job doesn’t satisfy, taking a second job, or side hustle, could be a great way to indulge your deeper, more fulfilling interests. At the very least, you’ll learn more about work/life balance and develop some pretty major time management skills.
Improve Your Concentration
People have been trying to find ways to improve their focus and cognitive capacities for thousands of years, and most ancient civilizations had some combination of mental exercise and herbal medicine to help them reach this goal. Today, we can use anything from apps to ancient meditation techniques to boost concentration and hone our mental skills. If you go through with this, you will be able to control your mood, learn faster and have an easier time solving problems.
Turn Your Hobby Into a Career
If we could all manage to marry fun and productivity, and be able to make money doing what we love, we’d be a much more content and well-balanced society. This may not always be possible, but there are cases where starting a new hobby can be turned into a lucrative career.
The U.S. workforce typically spent an average of 4.35 hours a week and over 200 hours (that’s nearly nine whole days) a year commuting to and from work. Though many of us are embracing that WFH life, it is great to consider ways to optimize your commute for the future. Instead of letting precious time go to waste, listen to audiobooks and podcasts to boost your productivity while improving your overall experience.
Nobody’s perfect, and not every decision can be, either. This year, stop over-analyzing everything. Instead, commit to end the habit of indecision and spend less time second-guessing yourself.
#2. New Year Resolution Ideas For Employee
Create Your Dream Career
Even if you’re not looking for a new job right now, it’s still wise to keep sharp in case you see a posting that interests you. Revisit your LinkedIn profile and give it a fresh update, edit and add skills to your résumé, network, subscribe to job alerts, and create an online folder where everything job-related is kept in one place. This will keep your professional standing in good health now, and be well prepared to nail any job application and interview.
Pessimism is so over. Make a New Year’s resolution to always see the light at the end of the tunnel. If you’re not particularly good at being optimistic, whether due to inherited pessimism (yes, it’s a thing), past hurts, or just a general malaise regarding the future, then good news: you can train your brain to adopt a “glass-half-full” outlook to better cope during, and after, times of hardship.
Earn More Money
Even billionaires are always looking for ways to earn more money, and we common folk can definitely use an additional source of income to make life a bit more comfortable. Fortunately there are plenty of options available, like having side jobs, working as a freelancer, or using the internet to your advantage.
Develop More Creativity
Expressing yourself in some creative, artistic way is a great form of stress relief and helps keep your mind sharp. There are times when we get mentally fatigued and our creativity just goes out the window. This is particularly bad if your job or hobby depends on you coming up with fresh ideas and thinking outside the box. As with anything else, there are many resources that help you spark your creativity in a number of different ways. So write, craft, make DIY projects—whatever makes your soul free.