Address What Has Not Worked This Year to Set Yourself Up for a Better Year
How you view your year will depend a lot on your attitude. If you believe you've exceeded your expectations, chances are you will feel great about your year.
If you believe you did not meet your expectations, you can still choose to have a positive attitude and look forward to next year with renewed enthusiasm.
To achieve more success next year, you need to avoid repeating things that have not worked, and come up with ways to set yourself up for a better year.
This issue focuses on steps you can take to have greater success by reviewing your year, learning the lessons you need to, and releasing what has not worked this year.
Included in this issue:
- 5 Ways to Get Back On Track When You've Lost Your Way (Video)
- What You Need to Know About Having Your Best Year (Video)
- Why You Shouldn't Set New Year's Resolutions (Video)
- How to Avoid the Mistakes You Made This Year Next Year (Article)
- A 6-Step Blueprint for Reaching Your Goals (Article)
- How to Complete a Comprehensive Year Review and Plan Next Year (Article)
- How to Use Your Past to Make the Most of Your Future (Article)
Continue reading to find out.
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5 Ways to Get Back On Track When You've Lost Your Way
You may have had experiences that took you off course, causing you to feel you've lost your way.
In this video, learn effective ways to get back on track when you know you're struggling and have lost focus on what you want to achieve.
- Credit: Fearless Soul | YouTube
What You Need to Know About Having Your Best Year
The desire to have a better year is common for most people. To set yourself up for more success, there are things you need to do differently, and there are also things you have to stop doing.
In this video, learn five things you need to know about having your best year. If you apply these things, you will increase your chances of having the year you want.
Why You Shouldn't Set New Year's Resolutions
At the start of a year, setting New Year's resolutions is common because people want to improve their life.
The problem is New Year's resolutions do not last, which can cause a person to feel defeated or unmotivated.
In this video, Jack Canfield explains why New Year's resolutions rarely work and what you can do instead.
- Credit: Jack Canfield | YouTube
How to Avoid the Mistakes You Made This Year Next Year
If you’re honest with yourself, you'll admit you made mistakes during the year that cost you in some area of your life. That is something you want to avoid next year.
In this post, learn steps you can take to ensure you avoid mistakes you made this year, next year.
Success and Goal Achievement
A 6-Step Blueprint for Reaching Your Goals
This is usually a good time to revisit your goals and set new ones for the coming year.
In this post, Bob Proctor shares a simple six-step blueprint that will help you set the right goals and stay committed to achieving them.
- Credit: Bob Proctor | Proctor Gallagher Institute
How to Complete a Comprehensive Year Review and Plan Next Year
To start a new year well, completing the previous year, acknowledging your wins, and capturing lessons you've learned is an important step.
In this post, learn how to complete a full year review and plan your next year, so you can set yourself up for more success.
How to Use Your Past to Make the Most of Your Future
We're often told not to dwell on the past and focus only on the present and the future.
While that is valuable, things that have happened in the past allow you to learn and move into the future with greater awareness and understanding.
In this post, Michael Hyatt shares how you can use your past to set you up for a better future.
- Credit: Michael Hyatt
You Will Improve Much Faster When You Learn Lessons from Your Past
Mistakes make you wiser. Let your mistakes guide you to the success you want to achieve and the person you want to become.
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How to Switch Your Mindset If This Year Has Not Gone as Planned
To switch your mindset about something will require introspection and a willingness to get uncomfortable as you get totally honest with yourself.
In this post, learn five things you can do to switch your mindset so you can reframe your setbacks or disappointments and use them to your advantage to achieve new results.
Addressing What Has Not Worked Makes It Easier to Let Go of Things
If something has not worked this year, instead of holding on to it, let it go after you have extracted what you need so you can have a better year.
If you don't address what has not worked, which can include reasons you did not reach your goals or mistakes you made, you're likely to keep doing the same things, which will produce the same results.
While looking at what did not work or what you did wrong can feel uncomfortable, it's a powerful way to learn and avoid repeating the same things next year.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to block out an hour or two before the end of the year to do a full review of your year. Use the article on completing a comprehensive year review to capture what you did well and what you will do differently next year.
Have a wonderful festive season and best wishes for the new year.
Thank you for reading. 🙏
And always remember, live your greatness! 🙌
P.S. If you want to review the different areas of your life, the Life Progress Assessment will provide you with greater clarity and insight into which areas are working well for you, and which areas require more focus, so you can accelerate your breakthroughs and create the success you want. You can take the Life Progress Assessment here.