Hope you are having a wonderful Holiday Season.
This week is one of my most favorite weeks of the year.
I get a weird calm and the excitement builds for a New Year ahead.
I want to encourage you to give yourself an hour or two alone, take a note pad, computer and your calendar.
1. ) Start at January 2021 and review your appointments, plans you had, vacations and projects you did each month.
Scroll through your social media accounts as well.
Go week by week and review what went well.
2.) Make a list and reflect on all the good that happened in such a trying year.
I promise when you look back on all the things you did and experienced you will be amazed.
When you make the list of things, find the positive point or the win associated with each item.
I think you will be amazed at the good things that did occur – even if it has been a tough year.
3.) Next, take time to think about the year ahead.
Think about all the possibility.
You are in control of your thoughts and emotions, but it is super easy to slip back into negative.
I want to encourage you that anything you want is available.
It is a matter of writing it down, creating the plan, and then focus your actions.
Think about what you want.
(Try to stay out of self sabotages thoughts and I can’t have that thoughts…it is easy to slip into this.)
Break it down by category and here are a few examples:
4.) When you define what you want, take it another level and write down what needs to happen. Something you will be able to knock out, others will take time or have lots of moving parts.
Keep it simple.
Enlist help or align yourself with someone who has done what you want to do.
Don’t expect people to tell you the way for free, I have hired lots of coaches and mentors in my life and continue to invest in myself today. It has been the best money spent.
Once you compile this list, I encourage you to keep this list in front of you and read it daily if possible.
5.) If you read your list on a daily basis, do you think you would achieve it?
I think so!
Close this year in reflection, gratitude and possibility.
Go get em!