Wednesday, 26 December 2007
New Year - New You: By Jason Johns
Look back over the last year and ask yourself, "How did I do this year?"
Do you feel happy with your progress and what you have achieved over the last twelve months? Can you see some room for improvement? Some lessons to learn or some things to do over the coming year?
The New Year is an excellent time to reflect upon the previous year and decide what you want to do with the coming year. It's a great time to make changes in your life and to make the decision to create your dream life.
Traditionally, the time between Christmas and the New Year is a slow time where there is not much to do except eat left over turkey and chocolates. It is one of the best times to sit down and really plan the coming year to make sure you make the most of it.
You see, you have 365 days every year, just like Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, and everyone else on this planet. Where you are at the end of the year is determined by how you use this time, and it is entirely up to you how you use this time.
Sit down and think about this year and ask yourself these questions. If necessary, write them down and reflect upon them.
1) What did you do really well over the last year?
2) What could you have done better over the last year?
3) What do you want more of this coming year?
4) What do you want less of this coming year?
5) Where do you want to be in your life at the end of this coming year?
These are fundamental questions that will really help you to make the most of the year and to make the coming year your year.
Start this New Year with a new year and make the decision to create the life of your dreams. You really won't regret it and it's never too late to create the life you've always desired.
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