As you close out 2013 and get ready to launch 2014, it’s a great time to think about how to make things different and better. Not in the old “resolution” manner, but by thinking of what you want more of and less of in life.
Here are five thoughts to consider.
5 Thoughts to End the Year
1. Think about what worked really well this year and how can you replicate it.
What successes did you have in your business and personal life? What made that happen and how can you create more of the same?
2. Think about key disappointments and what caused them.
What goals were you unable to meet professionally, personally, or spiritually? What caused you to miss those goals?
3. Think about how you spent your time.
Which activities, boards, or events were not a good use of your time? Which were? How can you distribute your time more wisely in the coming year?
4. Think about how you spent your money.
What ways did you spend money that turned out to be frivolous? What was your best use of money in the past year? What should you consider in making major purchases in the upcoming year?
5. Think about the people in your life.
What is your most important relationship, and why is that? What relationship do you need to heal? What do you need to share with someone before the final minutes of the year tick away?