How has 2019 been for you? Are the resolutions you set yourself a long time ago a distant memory or have you actioned them? What lessons have you learned?
On 1 January 2020, we start a new decade of opportunity for you to move forward to define success in your world. Do you want to start your new year with your old experiences in mind? Every December, it is important to look back at your year to reflect on what did and did not happen.
To get you started, you are not going to answer 20 questions, but I want you to take 20 minutes reflection on the year that was, using some of my favourite questions below. So, grab a pen and get started.
If you had to describe your 2019 in three words, what would they be?
If someone wrote a book about your life in 2019, what kind of genre would it be? A comedy, love story, drama, film noir or something else?
What advice would you give your early 2020 self if you could?
How can you use the last month of 2019 to get a great start in 2020?
What was the funniest moment of your year, one that still makes it hard not to burst out laughing when you think about it?
What one thing would you do differently and why?
What do you want to see, discover, explore?
What do you want your everyday life to be like?
Answer those questions, add in some of your own and take three steps now to start 2020 your way. Have a great holiday and best wishes for 2020.