As we approach the New Year Celebration, we often reflect on what one wants to accomplish during the next year. Before you should do that, you should have a serious look back at the previous year and reflect.
What was the number one thing on your 2011 resolution?
How many things were on your 2011 resolution list?
Did you accomplish that 2011 resolution list?
What did you not get to complete on that 2011 resolution list?
Was it worth having that (or those items) on your 2011 resolution list?
Were they important?
So lets re-evaluate your New Years resolution list.
Since you did not complete somethings, were they worth putting on your resolution list?
Was it that important to change that part in your life?
Maybe you should be looking in other areas of your life to change. So spend the next few days evaluating last years New Year Resolutions and determine what was good about them and bad about them. Spend time looking at what made a difference and what was lacking.
Then you should “redo” your New Years Resolutions and place either new resolutions or become serious about accomplishing them.
After you complete your New Years Resolution list, you should spend some time asking yourself questions to evaluate your future actions. Spending some time reviewing the list and asking questions might help improve how we approach the New Year.
Good Luck and Happy New Year.