2018 Questions For The Best Year Yet!
By: Diane Lang
Let’s forget the typical New years resolutions. Instead, let’s reflect on our past year and set some goals for 2018.
Let’s make 2018 the best year yet!
1. How was 2017 a success both professionally and personally?
2. What disappointed you in 2017 personally and professionally? What can you learn from these disappointments? What changes can you make? What can you do differently to avoid these disappointments in 2018?
3.What didn’t you accomplish in 2017 that you want to work on in 2018?
Why didn’t you accomplish these goals in 2017? What obstacles did you face?
What could you do differently this year to make sure you accomplish the goals?
4. What are your top 2-3 goals for 2018? What action step could you take for each goal to start moving forward on these goals?
What is the why behind each goal – what will keep you motivated and taking action?
5. What are you personal and professional development goals for 2018? We need to keep developing and growing to stay happy and fresh.
6. Do you have a morning routine for success for 2018? If not, its time to create a routine. Here are a few daily activities you can add to your routine to create a successful, productive, happy day.
Meditation, Exercise, Eating a healthy breakfast, Gratitude, Prayer, Journal Writing- which ones could you add in to start your morning off right?
Make sure to add in self -care activities and fun goals for 2018. We need to make ourselves a priority this year and every year. If we don’t put ourselves first, we can’t be our best self.
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I took Diane’s course at my local NYC library and instantly became a “convert.” Diane has a way with words. She is so positive and uplifting, and is extremely personable. You can’t help but be drawn to her positive outlook and message. She makes sure that there is something in her talk that everyone can “take away.” No matter how many people are in the room, you feel as if she’s speaking to you alone.