Tuesday, 3 January 2017

Jo Youle: Resolutions and revolutions for 2017

Matthew D’Ancona implores people to lead and not just follow in 2017, writing in the Guardian. It really caught my imagination whilst sat on the sofa with a Quality Street thinking about my resolutions and revolutions for 2017.

Sometimes it’s finding the ‘what’ when you make a resolution that’s the stumbling block. It’s probably the reason some of us make the same resolution several years running. Get involved. Get fitter. Speak up. Make a difference.

Perhaps becoming a trustee of a charity that inspires you could be just the thing.

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