Preparing for a New Year by Reviewing Successes in the Past Year

By December 7, 2013January 3rd, 2019Personal Accountability

This is a two-step process, starting with reflection to ?find the successes? like some great treasure hunt at times, since we are often so mired in deficit thinking, let alone distracted or disheartened by the externalities and pressures of organizations, families, our high expectations and so on. The key is to acknowledge our vision and what really did happen, how relationships may have changed, learn without judgment, and then step two, set a vision on what to do next round. ?Be ready to be surprised about the progress you really have made, and how the best results often come out of conflict and adversity once we allow time to shift our perspective and learn.