- The Beekeeper
Review and Plan A New Year is now!
Updated: Nov 19, 2022
Hello Friends, Like an open road, the New Year is FINALLY here! Welcome to 2021. Nothing like that New Year -blank slate feeling! (especially after an epic, unexpected, almost as much strangeness as what happened in the hit series Stranger Things, kinda year). I have always believed that the way to start a new year is to review the year prior. Here is a two part way I have tried and like. It is quick, to the point and gets the job done. It helps me to gain clarity regarding what happened and also helps me to make a comparison on what happened vs. my goals. Part C is about goal setting in the new year. Part A. Consider, corral and question: 1) What accomplishments did I achieve? (Both Professionally and personally) 2) How do I feel about these accomplishments? Did I achieve what I set out to? 3) Review my prior year goals. How did I do? 4) Note any Highs and Lows about how the year went Both professionally and personally) Part B. Review, record and release: 1) Review the accomplishments, make a list and save it. I have found that when times are tough, or I am feeling a bit low, reviewing accomplishments offers a lift. These lists have also served as a reminder, year after year, of what actually happened. Reviewing always offers insights and a feeling of accomplishment as well as a way to quantify results and life events. 2) Check the prior year goals-if I achieved them great, if not, make a conscious decision about what to do with the goal. Shall I add it to the new year’s list or chuck it? 3) Review the Highs and the Lows: What can I celebrate? What did I learn? Is there a kernel to keep? This is not a time to beat ourselves up, it is a time to review with non-judgmental eyes, realize what we learned and to simply let it go. Part C. Make a new year plan. Develop your goals Set a timeline(s) Consider Action Steps ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
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