No-one would dispute that 2020 has not been the best of years, however there will have been highlights and we need to ensure that as memory they outweigh the lowlights.
An exercise I give to all my coaching clients and an exercise I perform myself is a review of the year.
The first part is to identify your 5 best days of the year.
Taking the time to identify which days really worked for you in 2020, gives you the ingredients of a great day to take into 2021. What were you doing and who were you with? Often the best days are the simplest, not anywhere special but the feeling and the people that really made it magical.
Write down the names of the people who were important to you in 2020…
Achievement underpins motivation and what 3 big things really stand out for you, what were you really proud of accomplishing.
Achievements x 3
How are you feeling December 2020?
It is hard with the current situation to identify how we are feeling, however writing down how we feel often dilutes the emotion. Once you write something down it leaves your head and in reality you can start to assess your emotions more calmly.
Looking ahead to 2021, think about the 3 big goals you want to achieve.
Finally the year ahead, do you already know of days and events that will happen, eg significant Birthdays, Anniversaries, etc…
Days & Events in 2021
Thank you so much for taking the time to read the blog and have a wonderful Christmas break and see you in 2021.