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                                    This Guest paper was submitted for publication in January 2018.
                                    It is copyright to David Miller.
                                    Published here March 2018

                                    Introduction | Why Resolutions are Hard to Keep 
                                    How to Make Achievable Resolutions | Project Management Resolutions Worth Taking
                                    Confront your Problems | Celebrate Success | Enhance your Skills
                                    Use Technology More | Conclusion

                                    David Miller is a technical writer. His works are regularly published in various papers and top-grade portals. His rich experience in the Project Management domain helps him offer latest and fresh perspectives on improving efficiency in workflows across organizations. His informative works on similar lines can be found at ProProfs Project. He may be reached at david.miller@proprofs.com.

                                    Editor's comment

                                    Although we are already three months into the year 2018, we suggest that David Miller's advice on New Year Project Management Resolutions is still worth taking. Come to think of it, it's good advice worth taking whenever you start a new project.

                                    Introduction

                                    "New year, new me"! How many times have you thought of this over the past years? We take resolutions to improve our life. Yet, once the year starts to progress you feel that nothing has changed and you are still the same person. The disappointment that arises out of such a situation need not be mentioned.

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