With a New Year upon, now is the time we all traditionally make resolutions for the next year. What do we want to do differently in 2015? How do we see ourselves changing? Where do we want to work on improvement? After thinking through these questions, here are our resolutions for 2015.


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My first resolution is to slow down and be more present in the moment – I am wearing myself out going 100 mph all the time. My second is to be a better friend, make more time and make phone calls more regularly.

 

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Scott: I plan to continue to work on health and wellness and make it a priority. I plan to push client campaigns to drive more national attention for their brands. I plan to unsubscribe from eMail Newsletters that don’t deliver value.

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Angela: My resolution for 2015 is to learn & teach my kids one new thing each day.

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Erin: It is my New Year’s Resolution to declutter my environment and get more out of less.

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Erica: My resolution is to make happiness a priority, and to continue to challenge myself to learn new things.

 

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Lauren: Curiosity didn’t kill the cat. It creates openness and expands vision. More things are possible with a curious mindset. My goal for 2015 is to become more curious – not just about my craft and personal passions, but also about the life experiences, viewpoints, and passions of those around me – while also fostering a heightened sense of curiosity of those around me.

 

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Jeremy: I have made many resolutions. Far too many. They are always usually well-intended. But I don’t think I have more resolutions – especially with what our community has been through over the last year. Today I am grateful. For having a life which daily includes enough hurt and joy that I can easily be moved to tears. For having been loved better than I deserve. For having the opportunity to sit and think about New Year’s resolutions.

 

From all of us at Kolbeco, we wish you great success and happiness in 2015!

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