It’s that time of year again â‚¬Â¦ when we reflect on the events of the past twelve months, think about where we are and where we want to be, and set new goals.
Exploring answers to these questions may help you to make more effective resolutions:
What were some of your high points during the last year?
Did you do anything in particular to make them happen or did they simply come together easily and effortlessly for you? Explore the qualities of each type of situation specifically and the circumstances involved to get a clearer picture of what works well for you.
How can you create more of these situations or feelings in the coming year?
What are the things that you would like to leave behind as you enter the New Year? Take some time and make a detailed list of these. Keep adding to the list over several days. Done in this way your list will help to inform and clarify not only what you wish to release but also what you hope to bring to yourself.
Next time: 8 Ways to Set Resolutions That Stick!
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