As the year ends, here are a few questions to help you close 2014 in a productive way:
• What accomplishments made you proud this year?
• What significant things did you learn this year?
• How did you grow this year?
• What are you happy to leave behind in 2014?
• What would you like to be different in 2015?
Honor who you were and what you did in 2014. From this positive point of view, you can make 2015 a great year!
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1. Assess your year. What were your resolutions for 2014? How far along are you?
2. Acknowledge your accomplishments, so far, in 2014.
3. Identify your biggest learnings in 2014.
4. Determine what you must get done by the end of the year in order to feel good about 2014.
5. Focus yourself, now, on getting these things done.
6. Identify what you can let go of, that no longer serves you, and let it go.
7. Tell someone what you plan to do, or find another means of staying accountable.
8. Do something to bring more balance and fun into your life, between now and the end of the year.
9. Pick one thing you can do that will create a fabulous end to 2014 and do it.
10. See yourself at the end of 2014 celebrating what a great year it has been.
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Summer is upon us. Some look at the seasons in a symbolic way. Summer is a time to enjoy the blooming of the “seeds” you have planted in preceding months. It will not hurt to take a moment and look at what is “blooming” for you. What have you accomplished in the past year? How have you grown?
Acknowledge your accomplishments and growth. Many of us do too little of that. By acknowledging your self, you set a foundation for future accomplishments and growth. You’ve done it before and will do it again.
What “blooms” will you enjoy this summer?
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