The best resolution you can make in 2015

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Have you heard about Mark Zuckerberg’s latest personal challenge? Each year, the Facebook founder makes a public commitment to a yearlong self-improvement project. In previous years, he has chosen to learn Mandarin, meet at least one new person each day, and don a daily tie to work.

His selected challenge this year reflects his love of learning: he plans to read a new book every other week, as recommended by his followers. I believe that Zuckerberg has the right idea.

There are countless ways that you can benefit by making a commitment to learning part of your 2015 resolutions—whether by joining Pluralsight’s own book club or studying photography. When you make it a permanent priority, continuous learning can be a driving force for change in your life, leading to greater success and happiness.

What Are You Going to Learn in 2015?” That’s the question I ask readers in my latest Inc. column. There you’ll find five ideas to jumpstart your thinking about what your own personal learning challenge might be this year, along with links to resources that can get you started on the right track. That’s because there are few causes more worthy of your full resolve in 2015 and beyond than learning something new. Read the full post here.

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Aaron Skonnard

Aaron Skonnard is the CEO of Pluralsight (NASDAQ: PS), a fast-growing enterprise technology learning platform. Aaron cofounded Pluralsight in 2004 and has since grown the company to more than 1,000 employees and 1,500 expert authors. As CEO, Aaron focuses on business strategy, future direction, product development and strategic partnerships. On a day-to-day basis, he works closely with the entire executive team in different capacities, including recruiting, brand management, marketing, sales, feature planning and content acquisition.