What’s your New Year’s Resolution?

Kelley Goldberg shares her New Year's resolution for 2014.“New Year’s resolutions are made to be broken!  Instead, I like to establish a New Year’s “theme” to help me refocus my priorities each year.  I have declared 2014 the “Year of Breaking Boundaries!”
Kelley Goldberg | Shareholder, Intellectual Property Group
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP

Al Wagner shares his New Year's resolution for 2014.“The goal I have for 2014 is to step up one of my original goals when I first started my tax practice in 1983. My original goal was to change two people’s lives for the better each day. Changing two people’s lives for the better has not been that difficult; so this year I am stepping that up to 4 people a day.”
Al Wagner | President, Trinity Tax Consultants, Inc.

Joe Kulikowski shares his New Year's resolution for 2014.“I am committed to supporting the ongoing initiative of Reno’s rebirth. Our city has made huge strides in changing the perception of community and culture. As a Reno native, I will help drive this initiative through volunteer work.”
Joe Kulikowski | Vice President, LP Insurance Services, Inc.

Gary Coward shares his New Year's resolution for 2014.“In 2014 it is my hope to continue to build the Hospitality Industry’s respect and trust in Concept Amenities; our products and our staff. To be invited to bid on every guest amenity RFP and surpass the expectations of our partners and those of their guests.”
Gary Coward | Senior Vice President, Concept Amenities

Keith R. Brill shares his New Year's resolution for 2014.“I am looking to 2014 with a healthy dose of anticipation and hope. It will be a great year to become healthier, by choosing healthy habits, and by having access to great Clark County Medical Society physicians and physician assistants.”
Keith R. Brill, MD, FACOG, FACS | President, Clark County Medical Society

Terrie D’Antonio shares her New Year's resolution for 2014.“My New Year’s resolution is to secure additional funds for the development and design of HELP of Southern Nevada’s new Shannon West Homeless Youth Center. The new building would provide residential services for 110 youths aged 16 to 24.”
Terrie D’Antonio | President and Chief Executive Officer, HELP of Southern Nevada