Posted on 1/7/2015

What’s Your Anti-New Year’s Resolution?

We’ve all made New Year’s resolutions in the past. Some last, but most fall short of our desired goal. Instead of setting yourself up for failure, why not take a different spin on this tradition? This week, Automation Alley directors share their Anti-New Year’s resolutions, meaning, the things they are resolving not to do in 2015. 
Forbes says that creating an Anti-New Year’s resolution list can be a great first step in letting go of those things that are an energy drain or a time drag as we move into 2015. So, here are the number one things — both personally and professionally — our directors said they will not be doing this year. 

“Not worrying about things that are beyond my control.” Cynthia Hutchison, Director, Membership

“I will not overcommit my time.” Diane DeForest, Director, Events and Marketing

“To never be on time. (But to instead be early for everything).” Kelly Kozlowski, Senior Director

“I will not say, ‘You gotta be kidding me.’ I will just assume they are.” Ken Rogers, Executive Director

“I resolve to not eat junk food after 7 p.m.! Before and right up to is OK.” Tom Kelly, Director, Entrepreneurship

“I will not use email as the only communication method available to mankind.” Dan Raubinger, Director, Defense and Manufacturing

“I will not make resolutions.” Maryann Daddow, Director, Finance

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