Every year, on January 1, I make the longest list I possibly can of visions, goals, wishes, resolutions and to-do items for the new year. Last year my list had 87 items. At the end to the year I rate my progress, which you see in the stacked bar chart to the left. I’m happy with an overall progress rate of 73%.
I have 86 items on my list for 2014, so far. I have always subscribed to the quantity theory of resolution making, “the more the better.” This gives me more chances to make progress on a wide variety of places to go, things to do and people to meet. And it relieves the stress of putting all my intentions into one or two resolutions. I highly recommend writing down as many resolutions, ideas, dreams and wishes as possible. I don’t look at the list very often throughout the year, usually only when I am feeling stuck. Then I remember what I wanted my life to look like in January. It gives me a nudge to take action, which is the whole point of my new year’s list.
Happy New Year!
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