The New Year is a time for resolutions and promises. When the calendar rolls over, it serves as a trigger for us to reflect on what we could do better. It's a chance to hit reset and start anew. But unfortunately, our goals quickly turn to faded dreams as we get excited to start, but lack the willpower to follow through all the way. Any of these Top 10 Commonly Broken New Year's Resolutions sound familiar?
- Lose Weight and Get Fit
- Quit Smoking
- Learn Something New
- Eat Healthier and Diet
- Get Out of Debt and Save Money
- Spend More Time with Family
- Travel to New Places
- Be Less Stressed
- Drink Less
I'm not a big believer in resolutions, but I am a big believer in constant improvement. The area I'm focused on right now is my diet - not my physical diet, but my content diet. Maybe diet isn't the right word, because it implies less, and what I want to do is consume more. Not more for the sake of more, but more high-quality content. I want to feed my brain with nutrition - content that will make me better.
So here's my mega content consumption workflow for 2014: