Generosity

BEING ALL IN: Culture of Generosity

At the start of a New Year, many of us make New Year’s resolutions, or decide not to make them! They usually have something to do with self-improvement. Eat better. Floss. Stop smoking. Start exercising. There is no shortage of advice on the topic, especially on how to make them stick. It seems that most resolutions fail within the first 30 days.

When you think about it, resolutions require more than simply making a decision. They involve many related changes. To eat better, you would need to inform yourself of healthier options, start to shop differently, and cook differently. But your willpower may start to melt at a moment of weakness when you smell the delicious aroma of freshly baked cookies. At the core is the desire to make the new year different or better than the one before. And why not!

We will take the first six weeks of the new year to approach the notion of living a fulfilled and fulfilling life from perspectives that will not only build you up, but those around you. And most importantly, have the potential to stick with you for the rest of your life!

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