By the time the New Year starts, you automatically start thinking about future plans and new ideas for the next year, now in 2018! Plans keep you alive and kicking, fresh plans lead you towards the future and into new situations. Changes we plan and do are better than those which are forced on us from the outside.
You did check your list of dreams and wishes in the past winter and you started picking those which are next, in 2018. Today it´s time to quickly review your decisions from the last year.
Why would you do this review? Here are some reasons:
- did you finish your decision-list from 2017?
- is a major decision left which needs to be placed on top of this years´ list?
- how did you deal with the consequences in 2017?
- did you change some of your old habits to reach your 2017 goals?
- did you reach all decision-goals? Yes: _______ no: _________
- are you happy with what you made happen for yourself in 2017?
You can score the results with a 1 – 10 or check your feeelings about your past decisions: How does it feels looking back: are you pleased? Is there an unhappy gap? Are you thrilled? Do you feel successful?
Every review releases an impulse for your personal motivation. It´s your motivation-level which acts like fuel or a motor for reaching future steps! The better decisions you made in last year the more motivated you stay for this year. You will act more efficient.
I was forced to go for some major decisions last year and I am happy that I made my tough decisions. One major decision short-termly included extremely negative consequences but long-termly it delivers very positive consequences. I moved into a city 260 km away from where I lived for a long time. It is probably not for good but it´s good for now! It was a great decision, though it was tough to handle when it came to action. It was just 1 decision of many others. I generally prefer to finish my own lists real quick.
What´s the result of your last years review?
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BE A DECISION MAKER. BE OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect