New Years and New Goals

The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashanah, is right around the corner. Along with preparing the festival’s classic culinary food items like honey cake, fish, apples and honey, and brisket, it’s a good time to take stock of our lives: What have we accomplished in the last year? What do we hope to achieve in the year to come? In what ways do we intend to change ourselves?

Reflection and self-evaluation prompted by the upcoming Rosh Hashanah holiday is especially pervasive in Israel. Like the plethora of Rosh Hashanah observers, we are also caught up in the spirit of the holiday. Inspired by the impending New Year’s celebration, we have compiled a list of goals we have set for both our staff and company for this upcoming year. Even though individuals on our team might have more exciting lists of goals for the upcoming year than ours, including items such as “scale Kilimanjaro,” “learn how to juggle,” and “spend more time with my spouse,” we are, nonetheless, excited to be able to share our list of goals with you.

For starters, we are very excited to be servicing and working with a group of talented, accomplished and hard working IT professionals. In our forums and on Twitter, etc, we have the opportunity to increase our community’s involvement even more, so, this upcoming year, we plan on being a catalyst for community participation.

There are so many insightful observations, worthwhile lessons, and entertaining anecdotes that our PSA IT users have to offer each other. We want to help foster an increasingly interactive community that enables our users to communicate with and benefit from each other.

While we are working toward enhancing our users’ online experience on the Our website, we are also planning steps to improve our perspective customers’ online experiences. We want potential customers to be able to grasp the benefits provided by the software with ease. We also want to make sure that perspective customers can guide themselves through the website, so that they can benefit from our software solution without difficulty.

And on a more personal note, a goal we have for our office is to increase our staff’s philanthropic contributions. We are fortunate to have a highly skilled and committed team here at our company. We want to be able to use this next year to explore ways in which our team can take their strengths, capabilities and interests and make a difference in the world around us.

We already know that we can be proud of the work we are doing and the software we are producing. Simultaneously, we know that we need to continue improving our PSA and our company’s online presence. But, just as it is important to aspire to be better in the workplace, we recognize that we should aspire to be better in the world at large. So, the last item on our list of goals for the Jewish year 5772 is to encourage our staff to give back to the community and to make the world a better place.

We look forward to being able to share with you ways in which we are converting these goals into actualities, and, in the meantime, we encourage you to compile your own list of goals for your future. Whether you are Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Atheists, or another religious group, it is always worthwhile to reflect on where you are, where you’ve been, where you want to be, and figure out a plan to get there.

May we all get to where we want to be.

Shana Tova (Happy New Year)!

Success Team

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