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New Year’s Questions – An Exercise to Begin 2014

New Year’s Questions

I picked these questions up at a wonderful workshop I attended a few years ago and have found them very  useful.

Before beginning a new year in full force, it can be supportive to complete and acknowledge the previous year. I hope that spending a few minutes with the following questions will help you complete 2103 and start 2014 on a strong note!

Completing and Remembering 2013

  1. What was your biggest triumph in 2103?

  2. What was the smartest decision you made in 2103?

  3. What one word best sums up and describes your 2103 experience?

  4. What was the greatest lesson you learned in 2103?

  5. What was the most loving service you performed in 2103?

  6. What is your biggest piece of unfinished business in 2103?

  7. What are you most happy about completing in 2103?

  8. Who were the three people that had the greatest impact on your life in 2103?

  9. What was the biggest risk you took in 2103?

  10. What was the biggest surprise in 2103?

  11. What important relationship improved the most in 2103?

  12. What compliment would you liked to have received in 2103?

  13. What compliment would you liked to have given in 2103?

  14. What else do you need to do or say to be complete with 2103?

Creating 2014

  1. How will you acknowledge those who most impacted your life last year?

  2. What would you like to be your biggest triumph in 2014?

  3. What advice would you like to give yourself in 2014?

  4. What is the major effort you are planning to improve your financial results in 2014?

  5. What would you be most happy about completing in 2014?

  6. What major indulgence are you willing to experience in 2014?

  7. What would you most like to change about yourself in 2014?

  8. What are you looking forward to learning in 2014?

  9. What do you think your biggest risk will be in 2014?

  10. What about your work are you most committed to changing and improving in 2014?

  11. What is one as yet undeveloped talent you are willing to explore in 2014?

  12. What brings you the most joy and how are you going to do or have more of that in 2014?

  13. Who or what, other than yourself, are you most committed to loving and serving in 2014?

  14. What one word would you like to have as your theme in 2014?

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