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As we begin a new year, many will again aim for new resolutions. Usually, this means trying to improve our diet, starting an exercise regime, or curbing vices. While these are noble and important goals, they are also forms of self-improvement. This year, why don’t we challenge ourselves to more altruistic resolutions? Instead of self-centric goals, let's make 2024 the year we extend our resolutions to improve the lives of others. Whether through random acts of kindness, volunteering, or supporting charitable causes, resolving to improve our generosity can have profound effects on those we help and ourselves. Which in turn can increase our sense of fulfillment and purpose. In pursuing personal growth, let's remember that the ripple effect of positive actions extends beyond ourselves, creating positive change that resonates throughout our communities and beyond. This New Year, try letting your resolutions be a catalyst for creating a better world for all!