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Before you decide on your goals for the New Year, do this simple year in review.

 

 To help make this even easier, we’ve created an amazing downloadable PDF. CLICK HERE TO VIEW !

 

Around this time of year, you might find yourself feeling a bit anxious—we’re all wondering whether our New Year’s resolutions will come to fruition, how long we can keep up the good work, and whether we should even be striving for new goals in the first place.

I love New Year's resolutions! Setting a new goal for yourself is a great way to create the motivation to reach your biggest dreams.

For many, this has been a challenging year. You’ve probably experienced both beautiful and difficult moments. — Some of you might be feeling that the future is a little uncertain right now. So, it’s important to remember that you can have struggles, but also beautiful moments.

While some people are already looking toward the year ahead, you don’t want to ignore what you’ve learned in the past year. It’s crucial that you look to your past for wisdom as you turn your attention to a fresh year of resolutions.

Hiding in plain sight are often uncelebrated, significant accomplishments. Hard-won lessons you'd be wise not to repeat and some emotional baggage that's ready to be let go.

Before you decide on your goals for the New Year, do this simple year in review.

It’s easy to obsess about what you didn’t accomplish this year. But in just three quick questions, you’ll be stunned at how much you did. Here’s a year-end ritual that can help you focus your attention on what is most important to you in the new year, and also help you see how amazing you are.

If you have about 10 minutes and a calendar, you can plan to start off the new year fresh and vibrant.

 

Want to make New Year’s resolutions you can stick with? Answer these 3 simple questions.

To help make this even easier, we’ve created an amazing downloadable PDF. CLICK HERE TO VIEW !

 

1.)  What did I learn from the past twelve months that I can change to make 2022 even better?

2.) What was my biggest lesson? Why was that important?

3.) What am I ready to let go of?

 

Any mistakes you made this year or struggles you faced pale in comparison to your strengths and capabilities. You can always find a way to turn things around.

 

P.S. Doing a year in review with a friend is even better than doing it alone! If you're trying to be more mindful this year, consider sharing this practice with someone you hold dear. The insights you'll uncover will make for deep conversations and lasting memories.

 

So, If you found value in this exercise, please share it with your friends and followers! It will mean so much to them (and us.)

 

 

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