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Focus forward

Many people start the year by looking back at the past year. Getting out of the office gives you an overall view of your past contribution.

You're likely to notice the things you are proud of, but also your failures. Around the new year, you may end up with thoughts about what you should've done differently in the past, leading to feelings of depression and lack of motivation.

When you get back to work, it's important to look forward to the new year instead of back on the past one. Focusing on finding new opportunities can help to energise you.


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