New Year’s resolutions were always problematic for me. Great hopes – often unrealistic – would soon lead to disappointment and feelings of guilt if they were not kept.
Then came the idea of ”Choose your word” and asked us to drop the decisions that were actually just wishes without a workable strategy or plan. But to choose a word … while it sounds nice and many of my friends happily thought about which word was most popular with them – I was paralyzed.
A word? For a whole year?
I immediately wanted to negotiate for better conditions!
I just couldn’t make up my mind.
“Take a rest” You would tell me.
But when I do that, my mind starts to rethink something.
What if I choose a word like “relax”?
Would the universe start throwing all sorts of chaos, testing and challenging me?
As if you were saying, “Ok, how about that? Can you stay with RELAX?”
So if I follow that line of thought, choosing a particular word I want could actually do the opposite in my life!
No thanks. Not worth the risk.
I know my brain can be weird. But maybe yours does something similar – or something completely different.
But this time I have a new plan!
And it actually resonates with me.
It consists of 2 parts: reflection and 2 questions.
Use the FREE workbook to take a look at the past year. Examine it realistically.
No judgement. Data only.
Then we will ask ourselves two questions …
- What do you want to publish in 2020? What do you want to get rid of
- What do you want to call by 2020?
APPROVAL and INVITATION.
No pressure. No right or wrong answers. You can add more when it comes to you.
This is a New Year tradition that I think I can do!
Do you want to try me
Two free resources for YOU!
Here is the link for the workbook I mentioned in the article above.
Really, it can be done at any time – not just for New Year!
A realistic look at what works and what doesn’t can give you so much information for your next steps.
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