Each year I like to review the year gone and make plans for what I want to do for 2015. Most people don’t do this but it is a very helpful discipline to get into. I started back in 2010 and find it helpful to see just how much I have achieved, especially the overcome obstacles  rather than to concentrate on all the things yet to do. Perhaps you will find it helpful to do similar?
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Here’s an approach to take. Consider different areas of your life and make a note of what you achieved, then from this plan for what you want to do this year.So looking at work, fitness, relationships etc ask yourself:

 

My Career

  • What I have achieved?
  • What I’m most proud of
  • What obstacles have I overcome?
  •  My plans for 2015 with success criteria – how will I be able to measure my success?

 

My Health and Fitness

  • What I have achieved?
  • What I’m most proud of
  • What obstacles have I overcome?
  •  My plans for 2015 with success criteria – how will I be able to measure my success?

 

My Relationships

  • What I have achieved?
  • What I’m most proud of
  • What obstacles have I overcome?
  •  My plans for 2015 with success criteria – how will I be able to measure my success?

 

 My Wider life goals

  • What I have achieved?
  • What I’m most proud of
  • What obstacles have I overcome?
  •  My plans for 2015 with success criteria – how will I be able to measure my success?

 

 My Financial goals

  • What I have achieved?
  • What I’m most proud of
  • What obstacles have I overcome?
  •  My plans for 2015 with success criteria – how will I be able to measure my success?

 

To make it easy, I’ve created a document Reflection on 2014 for you to print and use, so do download and happy for you to share with others.

 
All the very best for 2015, but the year isn’t over yet!
 
Denise x
 
 

Published On: December 20th, 2014 / Categories: Career Management, Inspiration /

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