Most of our New Year’s resolutions are personal. But there are resolutions that you can adopt in the workplace that could be beneficial to your career.
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With a new year approaching, many people have an “out with the old and in with the new” mentality—and work is usually a big part of that, says corporate veteran and author Andy Teach. Why do people typically feel this way toward the end of the year?