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Yearly Review

Do you have Plan for your Life?

Do you live everyday with Intention? Are you in the driving seat of your life?

Do you live Intentionally for every area of your life?

Most people are passive spectators of their lives, watching their lives unfold one day at a time. When they were younger they had dreams of travel, dreams of living a fabulous life, but as the realities of life sets in – disappointment, disillusionment and discouragement also set in, and those beautiful dreams get shelved. Many people are living discouraged and disillusioned at what went wrong.

It happens to the best of us, and while one day we lose track of those dreams, we end up living in a sea of ordinary, a sea of the mundane, a sea of monotony and we await the day we can get a release from this and it usually only happens when we retire. But waiting for life it happen is no way to live life. Waiting for tomorrow to be our best days, is no way to waste the today’s we are given.

Time is our most precious resource.

In order to live a life of magnitude and direction we need to have a Plan, or a Map….

A Life Map that is unique to you, that helps you stay on track with your dreams when life gets chaotic. Maps help us get back on the path of our intended destination.
In this e-book, I will share with you a step by step plan that you can use yearly to make sure you are living your best life. I am convinced it is one of the most important steps you can take to ensure that you are living a life on purpose, achieving what matters most-in every facet of your life.

This E-book is a tool for self-reflection, for introspection and for inquiry….

“Learning to Pause allows growth to catch up with us” John C Maxwell

This tool will help you reflect on your life and see the Life Markers that become Life Makers….Life markers are important events, people or places that identify a time of transition, change, or transformation. If we don’t take time to pause and reflect, we can miss the significance of such events….Reflection allows those experiences to move from being life markers to life makers. If we allow the growth to catch up with us, it makes our lives better, because we not only better understand the significance of what we’ve experienced, but we can implement changes and course corrections as a result.

Reflecting on your year

This yearly review is also a great exercise in intentionality and conscious living. It’s a way to slow down, reminisce about your favorite moments, make you sure you take the time to appreciate all the little and big things that were a part of your life in the past year, and also to draw some conclusions about which kinds of things make you happy and which don’t.

This is also a look at your strengths zones and see if your year aligned you with your passions and purpose, which puts you right in the middle of your sweet spot. Aligning your priorities and values around your passions and purpose in life will give you fulfillment and satisfaction that lead to a life worth living.

There are 35 questions that you can use as prompts to reflect on different aspects of your year. Write your answers down or just think them through in your head or talk them over with a friend or your significant other.

The last 10 questions will already get you to think about the year that follows – in this case 2021, but don’t feel like you have to plan out your goals perfectly just yet. Capture any first ideas for next year and then use those as a basis for a longer goal- setting session later on in the month.

  1. If you had to describe your 2020, in 3 words, what would they be?
  2. What new things did you discover about yourself?
  3. What single achievement are you most proud of?
  4. What was the best news you received?
  5. What was your favourite place that you visited this year?
  6. Which of your personal qualities turned out to be the most helpful this year?
  7. Who was your number one go-to person that you could always rely on?
  8. Which new skills did you learn?
  9. What, or who, are you most thankful for?
  10. If someone wrote a book about your life in this year, what kind of genre would it be? A comedy, love story, drama, film noir or something else?
  11. What was the most important lesson you learnt this year?
  12. Which mental block(s) did you overcome?
  13. Which 5 people did you most enjoy spending time with?
  14. What was your biggest break-through moment career- wise?
  15. What book or movie affected your life in a profound way?
  16. What was your favourite compliment that you received this year?
  17. What little things did you most enjoy during your day- to-day life?
  1. If you had to describe your 2020, in 3 words, what would they be?
  2. What new things did you discover about yourself?
  3. What single achievement are you most proud of?
  4. What was the best news you received?
  5. What was your favourite place that you visited this year?
  6. Which of your personal qualities turned out to be the most helpful this year?
  7. Who was your number one go-to person that you could always rely on?
  8. Which new skills did you learn?
  9. What, or who, are you most thankful for?
  10. If someone wrote a book about your life in this year, what kind of genre would it be? A comedy, love story, drama, film noir or something else?
  11. What was the most important lesson you learnt this year?
  12. Which mental block(s) did you overcome?
  13. Which 5 people did you most enjoy spending time with?
  14. What was your biggest break-through moment career- wise?
  15. What book or movie affected your life in a profound way?
  16. What was your favourite compliment that you received this year?
  17. What little things did you most enjoy during your day- to-day life?
  18. What cool things did you create this year?
  19. What was your most common mental state this year (e.g. excited, curious, stressed)?
  20. Was there anything you did for the very first time in your life this year?
  21. What major goal did you lay the foundations for?
  22. What experience would you love to do all over again?
  23. What was the best gift you received?
  24. What was the biggest problem you solved?
  25. What was the funniest moment of your year, one that still makes it hard not to burst out laughing when you think about it?
  26. What purchase turned out to be the best decision ever?
  27. What one thing would you do differently and why?
  28. What do you deserve a pat on the back for?
  29. What activities made you lose track of time?
  30. What topics did you most enjoy learning about?
  31. What advice would you have liked to give to yourself at the beginning of 2020 and Why?
  32. What new habits did you cultivate?
  33. What or who had the biggest positive impact on your life this year?
  34. What would people say your biggest contribution for 2020 was?
  35. List 10 things that you are grateful for in 2020!

……Its a Wrap

…. 2020 never to be repeated….

Celebrate it….

Let it go……

Stay Tuned ….tommorrow I will be writing the 10 questions to helps you reflect for the new Year!!

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