Pat Romain said, "I also want to do more speaking and teaching since I love to show other women that it really is possible to create a business from nothing."
Jill Foster said via Twitter: "Hello #2013! I want to assert & test my voice more as a speaker w/ diverse audiences & voice over opportunities," and ?Amy Kocur said: "I will be a better speaker/ interviewee."
Sandy Sidhu said, "My biggest business resolution for 2013 is 'let go to grow' and being able to delegate more and try not to do it all."
Kate Ross, meanwhile, said: "In 2013 I want to become a better boss ... I need to get into the habit of being better with task delegation."
Janet said, "My 2013 goal is to become a full-time business owner and entrepreneur that supports myself. I have played way too small the past two years and it's time to step up and make BIG shifts."
Find the passion
Kate Neschke said on Levo League: "Being good in a job is very different than being passionate about one. In 2013 I want to find passion in my career. My resolution is to identify what that looks like and how to get there."
Improve my education
On LinkedIn, Carrie Johnson said: "After losing a sister to cancer, climbing the corporate ladder lost its appeal. I returned to school at age 39 to acquire a Masters in Counseling and plan on pursuing a Doctorate beginning next year."
Also on LinkedIn, Sandra Larson added: "I am planning a career overhaul since I will finish my dissertation which means I will receive my PHD in Business Administration."
Victoria Bertotti said on LinkedIn: "I'm working on my doctorate in Education. I am convinced that having a doctorate is what it takes to really get ahead."
A final thought
Amid all the optimism, Fed Up Liberal got in touch on Twitter with a word of warning for us all: "Careful what U tweet. If your resolution doesn't fit Ur bosses goals. U could be looking for a new job early. Tweets R Public."