New Year Prep 101
We are in the final hours of 2016, a New Year will be making its arrival very soon. We will be waving goodbye to 2016 and welcoming in 365 days of new possibilities in 2017. For many of us 2016 was a rollercoaster of a year, so as we find ourself looking ahead to the start of a New Year we are more determined than ever to turn the tide.
In addition to our career and business goals, our greatest wish for 2017 is to have happiness, joy, and positivity be the foundation of our year. To prepare to enter the New Year, we took some time to think about all that we learned in 2016 and also self-reflect.
If you are also finding yourself in a space where you want to enter 2017 with a clear head and heart you may find a journaling session helpful. So get a notebook and start writing out your thoughts, feelings, and what you hope to accomplish in the New Year.
If you need more guidance, answering these 10 questions will help you get clear about your desires and your goals for the New Year. Use your answers to help guide you towards crafting a vision plan for your year.
10 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before The New Year
- Could I be doing more to achieve my dreams?
- What am I afraid of?
- Am I happy?
- Am I passionate about what I’m currently doing?
- What roadblocks stand in the way of me completing my goals?
- Do I really want to change?
- Is this really what I should be doing?
- Who can I go to for guidance and advice?
- What can I do to bring more happiness and joy into my life?
- Am I dreaming big enough?
These questions have served as a way for me to explore my heart, and really get clear on what I want in my life. In 2017, I am more determined than ever to live in my purpose and stop doing things I’m not passionate about. I hope you feel inspired to take control of your life in the same way.
As an added benefit, we are relaunching our Clarity Journal Challenge for anyone interested in starting the New Year focused and empowered to pursue your goals. Click here to sign-up and receive the challenge workbook.
Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!