Isn’t it amazing that the year is almost over? I am finding a bit hard to believe that we are already at December.
How was the year for you? Mine was a mixture of all. The good, the bad and yeah the ugly.
Although, the year wasn’t perfect important thing is learning and evaluating. This is something that we all take out time to do. Particularly how what we my wins this year and very importantly what are my growth areas?
One of the areas that I realized that I needed growth was with managing my relationships and networking. I am currently working to improve this. You can identify the areas you need to grow too and make an action plan on creating change.
One thing that is really important this year-end period apart from the festivities is finding time alone for yourself. Most times people start preparing for the year, writing their goals and all on January 1. I suggest that the process starts before then and you squeeze timeout without yourself not only to haphazardly set your goals but to reach down to what you desire, to understand why you want to achieve that as well.
You may have met many of your goals for the year, I suggest that you celebrate your wins! There may be a tendency to mull over your losses and magnify them more than your wins but don’t, at least try not to. Find out how you can work around them.
Also, there might be a bit of pressure from seeing others talk and write about how they achieved ‘all’ their goals. Don’t get under pressure, at he least, be inspired and try to learn their process/method and ways that you can apply it to your own journey as well.
Have an amazing holiday period.