An ending is approaching – the end of 2017. What is the state of your work right now? Are you on top of things? Have you met the goals you had for this year? Are you ready to call 2017 a success?
The end of 2017 is non-negotiable. Do what you can to make it a positive ending.
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Symbolic acts create insights and movement. As you end this year, is there something you can do to give it meaning? Perhaps you can list your accomplishments or failures, review the significant actions you took this year, note any shifts that occurred for you, complete what you can or move quickly to release things that no longer serve you.
You can ready yourself for 2017 by thinking back on your year and discovering what its meaning has been for you.
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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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As we cruise to the end of the year, what’s your speed? Are you slowing down or gearing up? Sometimes your speed is dictated by events – deadlines, new developments, business slowing down. Other times, you have a choice of speeds – fast, slow or in between.
How does the month of December look for you? Will you slow down or gear up? Each has its benefits. Slowing down can restore you, so you can start the new year ready to go. By gearing up, you can get things done and call 2014 a great year.
Ready, set, go – will your speed be fast or slow till the end of the year?
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