First of all, I would like to say Happy New Year 2015 to readers who have been kind enough to visit this space again after I have been slacking off for the past few months. I am committing myself to writing again on a regular basis.
In the past few weeks I have been getting a plethora of emails and posts in social media with similar set of ideas. Yes, it’s approaching new year and a lot of bloggers, authors and content writers are getting busy writing and sending emails to their audiences, or blog readers on how to make their new year a better year. Or, how to make it their best year ever! Or how to have a more productive year. As I read through their blog posts, skimmed through their email newsletter, listened to their podcast and watched their vodcast, I have learned that there are a lot of people who wanted to make their new year, at least, better than the last. Most struggled because they either didn’t know how or they thought they knew how, but when their methods fail, they turn to others for better options for improvement.