New Year Resolutions? What’s in store for 2018?

What are New Year resolutions are good for? Absolutely nothing 🙂 . They are meant to be broken… So I didn’t make any.

We are already more than half a month into 2018 and I am sure a lot of people struggling to keep up with their resolutions.  2017 was a very hectic and life changing year for me.  This was the year, I lost my mother, learned how to deal with death and grief and reconnected to a few fundamental aspects of life.  2017 also was the year I travelled most in my life… 8+ trips to India and over 220,000 miles logged.

For me new year resolutions sounded like a fix to something that wasn’t working.  So I started looking at what wasn’t working and the root cause for it.  The root cause to all of my issues was the same thing… “finishing it”.  I always had a lot of balls in the air, had grand plans and ideas, but not able to get many off the ground or finish line.  So the recurring theme of 2018 is FINISH IT!!!

I wanted to always contribute part of my time to a “Cause” – finally in December 2017 we launched Enrich Future, an organization focused on creating better resources for the future.  Please visit

As my friend, colleague and life coach Janett Chambers said, don’t aim for something you know you can achieve… that is playing it safe…. So this year, the goals are bigger and harder.  New office building, growing projects to revenue, over 200 employees, and let’s see where 2018 takes me.

So I request/beg you to call me out on my lack of followup on anything and put me back on track to fulfill my resolution (kind of) of “finishing it”!!!

3 thoughts on “New Year Resolutions? What’s in store for 2018?

  1. Lesli Chavali

    And that starts right now? Because all I can think of is that closet door this morning! But maybe you hadn’t started yet!! XOXO

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