Trulioo happy holidays

From all of us at Trulioo, we'd like to wish everyone Happy Holidays! May the good times and treasures of the present become the golden memories of tomorrow.

As we prepare to ring in 2015, we asked some of our favourite followers, leaders, and friends to share their top new year's resolution with us, and here's what they had to say:

Cheryl Draper, Co-Director of Startup Grind (Vancouver): "I'm personally resolving to practice more gratitude in 2015.

Kevin Sandhu, Founder & CEO of Grouplend: "I'm resolving to hear more complaints. Best way to learn about customers, our market and life in general."

Alastair Goldfisher, Journalist for VC Journal & PE Hub: "I make resolutions every year, and 2015 is no exception. My top NYR's are to get more sleep and be more artistic--draw, paint, photo and write."

Daryl Hatton, CEO & Founder of FundRazr: "Drink red wine daily and sleep more than six hours a night! It will keep my heart healthy... #CardiacSurvivor"

Kym McNicholas, Executive Director of Extreme Challenge: "My new checks & balances is 'if everything always works out, then how will I respond differently to adversity.'

Nick Bilton, columnist for the New York Times: "In 2015 my New Years resolution is to stop texting while walking. (My column, with a cameo from @carr2n.) http://nyti.ms/1CBVXie" 

Mark Cuban, owner of Dallas Mavericks: "I want to get back on the court playing pickup three times a week."

Robert Herjavec, Shark on ABC’s Shark Tank: "I want more for my family and friends, more for my business, more for the ventures I work with—there’s a constant need to achieve and drive forward—and the start of a New Year brings so much opportunity to see that happen. http://linkd.in/1EeKlna"

Kevin Jiang, Content Marketing Specialist at Trulioo: "I've been able to keep my new year's resolution for several years, as it's always been the same: don't make any new year's resolutions."

Do you have the resolve to change daily habits and make changes stick in 2015? Make sure you map out resolutions that are challenging, yet attainable.

This New Year, ask yourself: What do I want to experience? What would make me happier? What fears do I need to overcome? How can I grow - personally and professionally? Most importantly, make sure to celebrate your wins and make plans for how you can make the next 365 days even better!