The New Year has arrived. Once again, the old calendar gets tossed and a new, pristine, clean, unused, unmarked one takes its place. A reminder that just like the year, other things have an expiration date. A reminder that things change and we should acknowledge and embrace change as a necessary force to become better, have better, and develop better. “Out with the old and in with the new” is oft repeated and we can see why. New Year’s...