This year, the Coronavirus etched deep memories as well as life lessons for many for us. Many of us have witnessed things that may have disrupted our peace of mind. Yet, this year has also been one of global awakening, in which we have seen extraordinary acts of humanity and an abundance of kindness.
To mark the end of the year, we would like to share with you a short and fun reflection tool to help you reflect on the losses/challenges but importantly, the gains.
What did you gain?
Think through where you succeeded? What are you most proud of in 2020? What were your wins – big and small?
What did you lose?
Although looking at downfalls or failures can be tough, it is a necessary exercise in order to move forward.
What lessons did you learn?
What will you do differently? Now that you know your shortfalls, let’s flip the last question on its head, what did you learn from them? What would you do differently?
How will you remember 2020?
Take some time to reflect on the year as a whole, how will you remember it – the good, the bad, the ups and downs.
What are your SMART goals for 2021?
List your top 3 goals for 2021. Make sure they are SMART goals (S – Specific, M – Measurable, A – Achievable, R – Relevant, T – Time-Bound). Come back to these goals throughout the year to track your progress.
Other Questions to ask for the New Year
If you were given more time on earth, what would you do with it? Making behavioral changes can be challenging when you have been operating autopilot.
What will you invest time in? With which people will you invest more time?
If your life was to end by the end of this year, what would you like to take away with you? Or how would you want to be remembered?
2021 is a fresh new opportunity to create that! #wemove #fourward
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