It’s New Year’s resolution time again. Or is it?
Real change usually takes a crisis of some sort. Maybe a doctor visit turns up something that inspires you to eat healthier. Or a near miss on the freeway convinces you to slow down. Without such motivation, resolutions tend to fizzle into wishes.
This year, we all face a common crisis: global financial troubles.
Suddenly unemployment rises, costs fluctuate, money is scarce. Even if you have a job, you’re concerned about whether you’ll have it tomorrow.
We’d like to know how the financial crisis has changed the way you approach the new year. What resolutions are you contemplating? Are they related to the financial crisis? Are you considering new options that in better times you might have overlooked? How has the crisis changed the way you view troubles in the rest of the world?
In any case, we’d like to hear from you.
All of us at CRS, from everywhere we are in the world, wish you a very happy and prosperous new year.
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