If you’re like me, you don’t always make sense of things as they happen throughout the year. Nor do you have control over the hiccups that might occur along the way. Life unfolds and we do our best.
After all, we have a finite amount of time and many priorities.
That’s why redefining goals and staying current is important. Both in our thinking and our actions.
Otherwise, life becomes a blur and we lose focus.
Before you become disoriented and overwhelmed with too much to do, take out a paper and pen, set your timer for five minutes, and ask yourself a few good questions. Or print our question sheet.
Research shows that people who write their goals have a 93% greater chance of achieving them.
Once you reflect on your answers, you can start building your 2016 blueprint for change.
There are many good questions that can be answered, but start with these, in no particular order:
What am I most proud of?
Am I where I wanted to be?
What’s changed this year (positive or negative because even good changes can cause stress).
What did I learn this year?
Did I do what I said I was going to do?
What was most satisfying this year?
What is my top priority? What is my second priority?
What is dominating my thinking?
What bad habits do I have?
What are my top values?
Why do I do what I do?
What do I want to say No to?
What do I want more of in my life?
When I am happiest?
How are my routines, structure and habits?
What is my next step?
What have I been avoiding?
I’m happy to coach you on your deepest wishes. My Purpose is to help you get clear so you can implement change right away. Imagine with the right strategy, encouragement and accountability what would be possible for your 2016.
SPEAKING OF UPDATING THINGS in 2016, I will be updating my business’ 15-year old look to better communicates the services I offer and what you can expect when working with me – stay tuned!