2014: Resolution – Finding more of You

December 31, 2013 at 5:24 PM 2 comments

Making resolutions? Indeed that day of the year again. Usher 2014!


In creating this blog site as evolving identity, one compelling thought was around progressing individual development. From one level to the next.

2014 could serve as fertile grounds with perfect opportunities to achieve part of that evolution. With a resolution!

Of many, 3 things will certainly help plough the land and sow the seeds:

  • 1] Add a non-academic skill to your quiver:
    • Creative or artistic endeavors are gratifying and liberating. Learn a musical instrument, paint your imagination or simply write your thoughts and share with your network. Bring at least one new skill to your repertoire this new year.

Your personality is a fountain waiting to spurt. Get out of its way.

  • 2] Celebrate your strength:
    • Be it your unflinching discipline, enviable interpersonal skills, ability to ideate, power to execute or your extraordinary commitment – do a little more of it this year, consciously. Know it, play it. This will get you to focus on what works for you as against what does not.


Aspire and achieve brilliance in your being.  Efforts realize thoughts, accomplishments realize dreams. So go the extra yard this new year and shine your way through.

 Some dream all their lives, some live all their dreams. – Rajneesh Patil

To your success,

Have a wonderful year ahead. Cheers!

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. sundareshkn  |  December 31, 2013 at 10:58 PM

    Classy !
    Many new year wishes buddy !

    • 2. rajneeshpatil  |  January 1, 2014 at 2:13 PM

      Thanks Sundar. Have a boisterous and pleasant year!


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