End of The Year Exercise
It’s that time of year again, folks. Not only should you be strategically planning for the year 2015, but you need to say goodbye to and properly close out 2014.
Your 2014 Wrap-Up Exercise
This exercise is simple, easy and powerful.
On a piece of paper, write down:
- Your 5 greatest successes of 2014
- What you learned from each success
- Your 5 greatest failures of 2014
- What you learned from each failure
Be sure to do this exercise when you are completely present. Take 20 minutes and sit down in a quiet place with a cozy cup of hot chocolate and really reflect on these points.
When you’re finished, it’s time to officially declare 2014 a wrap!
Repeat out loud:
“Thank you for these experiences, both good and bad. I have learned all I needed to learn from them. I now declare these complete and I release them.”
Then rip up the paper, toss in the trash or if you really want to get symbolic, burn it (safely of course.)
Now that you have released these from your life you have created space. It’s now time to fill that space with all new experiences in 2015.
It is ultra important that you take this time of year to prepare for the next 365 days. Don’t wait until January! Get a head start now!
Your Homework Assignment:
- Complete the end of 2014 exercise noted above.
- Plan out your 2015. What do you want to accomplish this year? Write down your goals. They need to be specific, measurable, actionable, realistic, time-bound, exciting and relevant.
- Don’t forget to review your goals regularly. I recommend you schedule a weekly time for you to evaluate your progress.
Wishing you the best year ever!
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