Sweeney’s 2023 Resolutions

Good morning everyone,

I hope that you’re having a lovely start to 2023 🙂

Alongside the start of a new year, comes a fresh opportunity to look ahead, and to make some resolutions that you aspire to achieve over the next 12 months. I’ve been thinking a lot about my resolutions for 2023 recently, and I thought that it would be good to share some of them with you all!

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When it comes to making New Year’s Resolutions, I like to do it a little bit differently. Instead of doing them just from a top-level down, I prefer to break them down into the different parts of my life, to really make the most of the time for personal development and growth.

So what are some of my New Year’s Resolutions? 🤔

  • When it comes to my job, I’m hoping that I pass the trial period, and can really start growing my professional career 😁
  • For Sweeney’s Blogs – I hope to get some extra writers onboard, to help provide a range of additional insights, and to help me deliver as much support & guidance to people as I can 😄
  • For my LinkedIn – I’m hoping to branch out and test a few different content styles out, to see how I find them, and see which one creates the most value for my audience 🥳
  • On a Stuttering basis – I aspire to progress my stutter along my “Journey to Speech Fluency”, to a stage where my speech is a lot more fluent & consistent, no matter the social setting 😎
  • Here are 2 others that I’m hoping to work on too – I’m going to start learning how to appreciate myself more & starting to read a lot again 🪸🌻🪸

Judging by that list, it’s going to be a super busy year, but I wouldn’t have it any other way! When it comes to making resolutions, I always like to try and ensure that my ones are realistic, achievable and genuinely make a difference in my life. I am a huge advocate for personal development, and like to include it in my life wherever I can – I strongly believe that there is always a lesson to learn, whether that’s a lesson from success or one from failure, there is always room for growth.

No matter what happens over the next 12 months, if the last few years have taught me anything, it’s to make the most of the time that we have in our lives – so that is something that I am going to be doing as much as I possibly can 🙂

So there we have it, there are my 2023 resolutions, what do you think? Have you made any resolutions for this year? Have you got any exciting plans coming up for the year ahead?

Be sure to let me know, I’d love to hear your thoughts!

Thanks for reading & I hope you have a lovely day!

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James Sweeney

2 thoughts on “Sweeney’s 2023 Resolutions

  • Thank you for sharing your New Year Resolutions James!

    Indeed you have set yourself some challenging but achievable targets. In the relation to a) your job ‘be confident and believe you will pass the trial period’ b) your blog ‘keep writing’ and I’ll comment from time to time and will suggest a few people to contribute and c) your fluency of speech ‘chat with Jordi Fernandez, CEO and Founder of BeneTalk’, he will help you on that journey, a journey he has traveled. Keep well and stay safe.

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    • No problem at all Jurek, thanks for commenting and for following along with my journey 🙂

      Thanks for all of the lovely advice! In regards to your points:

      A) I’m on the final 3 weeks of my probation now, really looking forward to carrying on my journey at Jargon!

      B) I will 100% keep on writing, I’m not going anywhere! Suggest a few people to contribute sounds fantastic, I always love having different perspectives and viewpoints on the page.

      C) I’ll definitely have ti have a chat with Jordi! I used to work with the BeneTalk team back when I was on my Placement Year, helping them with their app – I’ll have to get back in touch when I can.


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