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Five ways to make your 2017 resolution work in 2018

You want to be on time. You want to eat better. You swear you'll exercise. That's what you said at the end of 2016 too.

What if you could really, truly tackle last year's resolution for 2018?

When plotting goals, the more targeted the better, says Alok Trivedi, author of "Chasing Success: Lessons in Aligned Performance" and founder of Chicago-based Aligned Performance Institute, where he

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