Before you say goodbye 2018
It’s easy to jump right into the goal setting for the new year.
However, taking some time to reflect on your accomplishments, important moments, major decisions, relationships plus some of your high and low lights of 2018 should be an essential of the goal setting process.
We are so programmed in our society to look at what we haven’t accomplished yet that we often forget to look at what we did achieve. Celebrating your successes enhances your belief in yourself and therefor acts as fuel to keep you going.
Create your own year-end review or retrospective session. Sharing this activity with friends and family can be a lot of fun, cheering each other on and challenging each other on the visions/goals for the new year. It will help spark your imagination plus give you an accountability partner at the same time.
What I have incorporated into my own process is a section where I look at what I would like to actively let go of. Which habits do I want to change, friendships or activities that no longer give me positive energy. The letting go of things creates more space for new things. Things that are more in alignment with who you want to be, how you want to feel and show up in the world.