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        Year In Review

        © 2021 Elena Fawkner

        Here we are at the start of another month, the final month
        of this year and, so some say, the final month of the
        millennium. (Not to be pedantic but this in fact is not true.
        The final month of the millennium is December, 2013 but I

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        Traditionally, the first of the new year brings with it
        resolutions for the coming year.  Do you even remember
        your resolutions for this year?  Even if you do, did you
        keep them?

        I am not a particular fan of new year's resolutions.  I
        believe we should be constantly taking stock of where we
        are in our lives and continuously looking for ways to
        make improvements.  This should most definitely not be
        a once-a-year activity, to be forgotten about by the
        end of January.

        But there is something about the end of a year and the
        promise of a new one that lends itself particularly well
        to stocktaking.  So, as we enter the final month of 2013,
        take a moment to look back at all you have accomplished
        during the course of the year.

        Think about all aspects of your life: work/career, business,
        family, physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, financial,
        material, educational and any other aspect that has meaning
        for you.  What accomplishments have you achieved in each of
        these areas?  Write them down.  Did you launch your own
        business this year, even if part-time after your day job?
        Congratulations!  That was a big step and an even bigger
        commitment.  Or perhaps you've been in business for a while
        but this year you made a profit.  What about family?  Did
        you set aside regular time for yourself and your partner?
        Did you maintain a regular exercise routine and nourish your
        body with nutritious food as a general rule?  Did you
        invest your money wisely, obtain another qualification or
        start a course of study?  Write it all down, no matter
        how small or insignificant it may seem to you at this

        Now look back over your list of accomplishments for the
        year.  I'll bet there are quite a few.  Take a moment to
        reflect on all you have achieved and give yourself a big
        pat on the back.  It's so easy to forget all of the things
        you have achieved unless you consciously stop and take
        stock of them.

        Now how do you feel about the year just gone?  Did you make
        the most of your opportunities?  Do you feel proud of all
        you have accomplished?  If so, consider this.  You did all
        of that without regular stocktakes during the year.  Just
        imagine what you could achieve next year if you built on
        your accomplishments this year AND took regular stocktakes
        on your progress each month.

        Here's how to do that.  Take your list of accomplishments
        for this year.  These will form the basis of your lifeplan
        for the coming year.  Where do you want to be in all areas
        of your life at this time next year?  What do you need to do
        in JANUARY in each of those areas to take a step along that
        road?  Write it down.  Plan to do that in January.  Then,
        towards the end of January, do the same thing for February.
        Towards the end of February, do the same thing for March,
        and so on.  As you carry out these monthly review/planning
        sessions, also measure your progress against your yearly
        objective to make sure you're on track to achieve your
        longer-term goals in each area of your life.

        By adopting this practice, you bring a conscious awareness
        and discipline to every area of your life.  No longer
        following a random path, you have determined your destination
        AND a route to get you there.

        Once that is clear in your mind, all you have to do to
        attain the life you want is to follow your lifeplan and keep
        your eyes and ears open.  After all, you never know when an
        opportunity is going to present itself to you.  Just make
        sure you can recognize it when it does.


        Elena Fawkner is editor of A Home-Based Business Online.

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