Say Goodbye To Your 2017 Tolerations

What did you tolerate in 2017 that you can do without in 2018? Tolerations are a key concept in the coaching profession. They may not stand out or get your attention readily, but you can be sure they are slowly draining your energy. A toleration may be something as simple as a messy office or something more complex, such as a promotion that never comes.

Start by identifying anything you tolerated in 2017 and make a commitment to eliminate it. Tolerations, once identified, are not difficult to eliminate. Set your intention and enjoy the freedom you gain in 2018 from letting tolerations go!

For more on tolerations, see my blog posts, Manager Tolerations  and Ten Manager Tolerations You Can Do Without.

 

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Wiping The Slate Clean

As you start 2018, how about you let go of old ways, regrets, lessons learned, empty intentions and “on paper only” goals and you wipe the slate clean? This is a new year and, in many ways, is very different than the start of 2017. Wiping the slate clean makes room for fresh thinking, new approaches and determining what is needed right now.

Wiping the slate clean can mean anything you’d like it to. For me, wiping the slate clean involves starting anew and committing to what I want to accomplish and do in 2018. No burdens, just setting my direction, considering realities and moving forward.

Wiping the slate clean is a fresh start and holds the promise of creating a successful and fulfilling year ahead.

 

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Any Doors Left To Close?

First of all, Happy New Year !! May 2018 be all that you dream of and more.

As we enter 2018, are there any doors left to close from 2017? Closing them gives you a fresh start in the new year. Anything that you have left unsaid or undone? Anything to tie up? Anything to leave behind?

Bring the new you into 2018 and you can’t miss! Let those doors close, so that you can open the new doors that await you.

 

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Endless Circle

Some cultures see existence as an endless circle with no beginning or end. As you near the marker of year’s end, you can still be on this circle of existence, passing through another year. There is a clear difference between a circle and a finite line. How would you look differently at this time if you looked at life as a circle?

What will you continue in 2018? What comes with you from 2017? How will 2018 enrich your 2017 experience?

Wishing you fulfillment and joy as you go around the circle one more time!

 

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What’s Next For You?

We are coming towards the end of the year and to the holidays that start to wind things down. It is a good time to think about the year to come. What would you say is “next” for you? Figuring this out helps you focus and set your intent.

Here are a few questions to help you get started:

• How can I grow?

• How has my perspective shifted this year?

• What do I want to leave behind in 2017?

• What am I willing to commit to in 2018?

 

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They’re Coming!

The holidays are just around the corner. How can you make them the best you’ve ever had? Here are some things to think about: balance, joy, who lifts you up and who doesn’t, parties, money, work, play, rest, new beginnings, endings and fun.

Setting your intentions for the kind of holidays you want to have is powerful and satisfying!

 

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