11 Questions to a Better 2015

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Almost the new year...what's your plan?

Almost the new year…what’s your plan?

Visioning  often feels like a luxury. This time before the close of the year can be slow – take some of it for yourself – set priorities and goals, get yourself checked-in to the new year and how you would like it to unfold. Life is life – it might not go the way you want it to when you want it to, but it definitely won’t go in the direction you want if you don’t choose a direction and cleave to it.

You can do these as timed free writes, if you like. Give yourself 3-5 minutes for each. Or just write on each until you don’t have anything left to say. You can do them in a few sessions – don’t pressure yourself out of doing them!

Put on some music, close a door, sit back, and be real with yourself.

  1. What do I like about my life right now?
  2. What interests me, excites me, brings pleasure or fills my emotional bank account?
  3. Where in my life am I doing these things?
  4. What am I grateful for?
  5. What are the most significant changes, accomplishments, shifts in my perspective, etc. from where I was a year ago?
  6. What would I really like to see happen in my life in the next 12 months?
  7. Based on the big picture of the last 12 months (the last year) how would I like my life to look different 90 days from now?
  8. What change between now and then would make a huge difference to me?
  9. What are the most important things the person I want to become is doing?
  10. In which areas of my life do I most want to focus my time, energy, and efforts over the next 90 days?
  11. What opportunities are available to me now that might not have been possible before?

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It’s that end time of year

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fajb_time_travel_01_jan2014Hey – It’s getting near that time – the transition from old to new year. I find it can be really helpful to check-in with yourself, your experiences of the past year, and where you would like to go in the next year.

Here’s one exercise I find helpful – just write out your answers:

2014 YEAR TRANSTION CHECK-IN

  • 12 HIGHLIGHTS
  • 12 THINGS I’M GRATEFUL FOR
  • MY PERSONAL DEFINITION OF SUCCESS IS
  • THE 3 WAYS I’M GOING TO MEASURE MY SUCCESS ARE

GIVING MEANING TO 2015

  • 2015 IS THE YEAR OF
  • BECAUSE
  • MY QUOTE OF THE YEAR IS
  • MY THEME SONG IS
  • THIS CHAPTER OF MY LIFE IS TITLED
  • A WORD OR PRINCIPLE I WANT OT EMBODY THIS YEAR IS

I hope these help you focus and move through to the new year with happiness.

 

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