Happy New Year!
Whenever a year comes to an end it provides us the perfect opportunity for reflection. I just spent the last week with my family on the beach in Florida reflecting on last year, celebrating my victories and learned from my mistakes. My heart was filled with gratitude for all my teachers, coaches, friends and family.
Take a moment and ask yourself the following questions:
What went well this past year?
What accomplishments am I proud of?
What served me?
What goals did I reach or even far surpass?
Where do I plan to make time for myself?
Now ask yourself these questions:
What did not go well last year?
What did not serve me?
What will I leave behind in 2016?
What did I learn from these events?
The latter list is not meant for you to feel bad about yourself for all the things that did not go well, but rather to act as a lesson to leave those things behind and move forward.
Often times with the beginning of a new year people find themselves wanting to make changes in their lives. They have been wanting to move forward for weeks, months or even years, but for some reason or another have struggled to do so. Sound familiar?
Here are a few tips for helping you achieve those goals.