Reflecting on 2013…

It’s almost the end of 2013 and one of the things I like to do at this time of the year is take time out to reflect. During this process, I like to reflect on as many moments as I can including –

  • the learnings (lessons I have learnt or have been reminded about),
  • where I was at the start of the year and where I am now,
  • things I am ready to let-go of, and
  • celebrating the steps I have taken this year.

As you reflect on 2013, maybe the following questions will help you. However, please remember as you are answering the questions, it is important to be honest with yourself to see if your answers really are true (only you will know the truth for you) as well as connect with your feelings/emotions. I hope the following questions help you and feel free to share your insights below.

  • What have you learnt this year or have been reminded about?
  • Are your behaviours/actions in line with your values?
  • What did you do or who did you become this year?
  • What did you want to accomplish or achieve, but didn’t? Is there a reason why you didn’t achieve or accomplish these things? (remember be honest!). Maybe some of these blocks are identified in the 10 forms of cognitive distortions.
  • What are you ready to let go of or let be?
  • Where have you had the most success (remember success is your interpretation and what matters to you) with in 2013?
  • What has been your biggest frustration in 2013?
  • Where are your finances at?
  • What has really worked for you in 2013?
  • What has not worked in 2013?
  • How much have you grown in 2013?
  • Where is your time going now? and are they in line with your values?
  • What are you going to do differently in 2014?
  • What is your focus for 2014?
  • Who can support you on your journey in 2014?
  • What are your essential needs as you go in to 2014?

Thanks so much for reading this year – I really appreciate your support 🙂 Warm wishes to you and your family and friends this holiday season.


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