New Years Resolutions for Men

This year's about becoming a better version of you. Here are some of our top resolution for New Years.

Focus On Your Career

If you don't love what you do, don't do it! There's no need to feel captured. No amount of money is worth doing a job you hate. To truly succeed, its important you enjoy what you do and look forward to getting up each morning. Chances are you'll end up succeeding because it won't feel like work, and you'll go the extra mile. This year try to get your career on track, and steer it in the right direction.

Just Do It

Sound familiar? Give your number to the ‘cutie’ at the coffee shop! Worst case scenario, you'll have to find another coffee shop (The coffee wasn’t that good there anyway). Start saying ‘Yes!’ more. It worked for Richard Branson, who's known around the office as Dr. Yes. You'll quickly notice your life will become much more entertaining and your network of friends will also grow. You're not going to meet people sitting at home watching Entourage. Be the Vinnie Chase!!

Spend Quality Time With Family and Friends

Make sure to always have time for family and friends. These are the people that shaped you into the person you are today. We don’t often realise that as we are getting older, so are they. Always find time or create time for the these special people. After all these are the people who you share memories with.

Get In Shape

Get in shape for you, not your newsfeed. You don't have to be obsessed, just make the extra effort to go for that extra walk or spend that extra hour in the gym. Not only is it good for your body and fitness, but this time is also vital to clear your mind and get some quality thinking done. Just don't drain your newsfeed with it, chances are your followers don't really care.

Cross Something Off Your Bucket List

Live each day as it was your last' may be slightly overused, but don't underestimate its importance and truth. Do something you’ve always wanted to do but have never had the balls to do. Be it swimming with sharks or parrachuting from a plane. Constantly push yourself out of your comfort zone. Make an effort to shorten your bucket list. It'll be worth it.

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