Welcome to 2018. It is time once again to make a new years resolution! First, I do want to wish everyone a happy new year. 2017 was a tense and tumultuous ride. Let us all do our part to make the coming year a better one. Here in the Untied States, let us vote to install responsible leadership with a focus on the needs of our nation and it’s people. Around the world let us come together to solve the challenges that affect us all.
I wish you good fortune and success in your new years resolutions. Whatever it it that you have pledged to do (or not do) in the coming months, I know you’ve got this.
As for me? I’m making the same resolution I make every year. I’m getting very good at keeping to this particular commitment. Are you ready for it?
I Resolve that in this new year, when writing the current date on various documents, I will write 2018.
That’s it. That’s my new years resolution I like to make promises I can keep. Also, it’s always been an annoyance for me during the first few days of a new year to habitually write the previous year. What if you’re using a pen (like an adult) and you cannot erase? Seriously, who tries to sign and date documents in pencil? That’s why children aren’t allowed to sign legally binding documents. Sometimes the younger ones use crayons. There’s no place for that colorful nonsense in the world of business and finance!