When a new year starts, we’re excited to start fresh. We make plans and say “This is the year I’ll [insert resolution here]!” with conviction.
But as the year progresses, things change. Something urgent comes up. We get busy. Or we change, and the plans we make change with us. We sometimes end up shelving this year’s resolutions and look forward.
“Next year will be so much better,” we think to ourselves.
I’ve experienced this too. For years, I put off making things happen because it never seemed to be the right time for them.
Then I did something different. I shifted my focus to reviewing the year that was ending before I looked at the year ahead.
Read the rest at my guest post End Your Year Intentionally With These 10 Questions at No Sidebar.
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This worksheet will guide you through the 10 questions I use to end my year. It's fillable, so you can easily type in your answers in your favorite pdf reader if you prefer not to print it out!
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Merry Christmas to you and yours, friends!