We’ve officially moved into the new year and as we close the door on 2013 and get ready for a fresh start, we’re thinking of ways we can improve in every area of our lives, including our work lives. If you’re starting 2014 with a performance review, embrace the opportunity to set new goals. If you’ve historically limited your communication with co-workers to a passing “hello”, branch out and make new relationships. Rread this helpful article by U.S. News and World Report’s Aaron Guerrero to find out how you can be better at your job in 2014!
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We’re counting down the days until 2014 and thinking of ways we can improve in the New Year. New Year’s resolutions can be stressful, counter-intuitive and unrealistic – but they can also be helpful if you set attainable goals. In this article, Fast Company’s Miles Kohrman lists 11 work-related resolutions that you can actually manage, to help you enter the new year ready to conquer procrastination (not in the way you think!), make the most of your free time and embrace the power of social media. Happy reading and happy new year!