As we approach the end of the year, it's natural to reflect on the past and look towards the future. Our culture tends to push doing more and more, and it's easy to fall into that trap when setting goals. Instead, I'd encourage you to consider the concept of Weniger, aber Besser. Translated from the German, it means Less, but better and was a core design principle of Dieter Rams at Braun.
Identify what really moves the needle (remember WIN?), and make that your focus. Start stripping away the non-essentials, and you'll find more time and space to refine your craft. The beauty of the principle is that applies to everything that resolutions are made for - work, play, diet, exercise, etc. When you resolve to do less, you'll actually accomplish more.