The New Year provides an opportunity to improve your career, finances, and life. Get started by doing a year-end assessment and then create goals for the New Year. Consider taking action to automate tasks, balance work/life, control budgets, de-clutter desktops, and manage time. Below are links to resources to help you get organized for the New Year. Apps - Calendaring , Note Taking , Project Management , and To Do Lists Articles - Cutting Resolutions to Size , Finding Joy , Getting More Done , Organizing Your Life , Volunteering , Year-End Planning , and Strategizing Checklists - Sample checklists for Companies , Individuals , New Year , and Personal Finance Goals - Sample goals for Business , Career , Home , Investing , Life , and Organizing Podcasts - NPR podcasts to improve your Career and Life
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