A resolution for 2020: meaningful learning journeys that stick!

A new year comes with new resolutions: lose those extra pounds, go to the gym more often (after all, you pay that annual subscription for a reason, isn’t it?), read more, spend less time scrolling on Facebook, cultivate more meaningful relationships, save more money, travel more, etc. There’s at least one for every person.

However, all this enthusiasm to create a “better version of you” gradually fades away. You may hit the gym every day or every two days in January, once a week in February and, by the end of March you find yourself following your previous routine: binging of Netflix.

Resolutions don’t seem to stick. Most of us are great at setting ambitious goals, but there’s a lot of room for improvement as far as the implementation process is concerned.

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