Professional_woman_laughing
The Inspired Leader

Ringing Out the Old Year

As 2011 winds to a close, it's time to look back and see how far you traveled this year. Don't make a single New Year's resolution for 2012 before you've paused to really take stock of how you've grown and what you've accomplished and learned in 2011.
December 22, 2011

As 2011 winds to a close, it’s time to look back and see how far you traveled this year.  Don’t make a single New Year’s resolution for 2012 before you’ve paused to really take stock of how you’ve grown and what you’ve accomplished and learned in 2011.

In two weeks, I’ll help you get ready for 2012, but right now, let’s focus on 2011 for a little longer.  Plan a quiet hour to yourself to answer these questions – or invite a friend for a cappuccino and interview each other.  (Remember to take notes and swap at the end!)

You may be amazed by all that 2011 gave to you!  Now is the time to celebrate your successes, name those “lessons learned” and appreciate all the people and experiences that made this year special.

Questions for Completing 2011

1.    What was your biggest triumph in 2011?

2.    What was the smartest decision you made this year?

3.    What did you learn in 2011?

4.    What is your biggest piece of unfinished business in 2011?

5.    What are you most happy about completing in 2011?

6.    Who were the three people that had the greatest impact on your life
in 2011?

7.    What is the biggest risk you took?

8.    What else do you need to do or say to feel “complete” as you close 2011?

Next time we will look ahead to envisioning 2012.  Are you working on developing your own leadership and life vision?  Learn more about my master class at the Kidscreen Summit on February 6, 2012.

Here’s to 2011!

Kate

About The Author

Menu

Brand Menu