When was the last time you sat down to concentrate on how to improve yourself? As you go about your life between work, kids, friends, hobbies, etc. there isn’t always time to ponder your actions, thoughts and purpose. The work place is one place where people may spend time setting goals, yet many people have trouble advancing forward due to the limited nature of this approach. We go along with this thought from Jim Rohn: “Work harder on yourself than you do on your job.”
In order to improve in one area of life, you can make it a lot easier by striving in all aspects of life. Establishing any pattern, positive or negative, requires repetition and consistency. If you are disorganized at home, it is hard to turn on the hard working nature of your personality at work.
A big Thank You to everyone who attended the annual meeting on January 11th. For those of you who could not make it, here is a brief recap:
- This year we will be hosting quarterly public meetings that will be open to all members. In addition to taking care of
routine board business, including planning, licensing, and zoning matters, we plan to host speakers on topics of general interest for the neighborhood. Please stay tuned for more information on those meetings which will be held at the Brookton Community Center.
- To further our members’ connections with the business community, we’re excited to announce a new position of Business Liaison. Peter Srides of Saels & Associates has generously offered to step into this new role.
- We honored Ed Scott, a life-long resident of Boston, and a tireless advocate for the Brookton and its parks.
Last modified: 22 February 2016