On those new year resolutions.

I had a peak in to my last year’s resolutions. It’s like a rude joke on my self by me. 🙂 Through painful analysis, I found out where I had gone wrong. It’s a trend, and it sounds good. Everybody’s doing it. I should catch up. 8 resolutions. Really ? Why I could not scheduled time for these goals ? Why I could not track progress ? Did I actually want these goals ? Or was I influenced by someone else ? Resolutions are good. But if it is not clearly written down with timelines and resources needed, and did not find its way in to my digital calendar, you know what happened to my resolution. For 2017:  Be audacious, be hopeful, but be realistic. Breakdown the goal in to weekly goals. Work from first week. Track weekly. There are 52 of them. It gives honest feedback. A new goal needs new behaviours. Focus your energy on that behaviour change. Easier

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2017 is the year of Drones

2017 is ripe for disruption in massive proportions. One is definitely drones. People who whine about loss of jobs for technology will be in for more bad news. Yes, drones will take away traditional jobs, but if you carefully watch below video, you will understand there is emerging demand for people who can handle drones, make drones and deliver drones. Technology takes away jobs, and they create brand new jobs. Youth will gladly take these jobs, provided they get relevant tech education fast. But, if GenX or senior citizens can embrace change, educate themselves, the possibilities are endless. In 2017, the automated delivery race will pick up the pace pic.twitter.com/DbnJFufgBJ — The Economist (@TheEconomist) December 27, 2016