If you’re ready to do a review of 2012, here are some questions to help you take an effective look back.
1. What were the highlights of this past year — people, achievements, effective changes carried through?
2. How do I gauge the following areas for 2012: vocation/business, spiritual life, marriage/family, other key relationships, finances, health and wellness, balance/recreation.
3. Have “first things” really first? Is my spiritual life developing? Is my marriage better? Is there growth in other key relationships?
3. As I measure the investment of time and finances, which areas have received too little, too much, or “just right” investment?
4. What has drained me? What has energized me?
6. How am I preparing for 5 years from now? 10 years?
7. What have I been putting off that I need to address in January? What other planning or goal areas come to mind?
Now what? How will I move ahead in 2013?
Experts agree that an “outside” look — like from a coach — can help us make strides foward which we simply can’t make on our own.
We’re experts at asking questions; you’re the expert on your dreams and desires. We can help; call us, and let’s begin asking the right questions to get you started in 2013!