It’s that time of the year again when there are parties all round and everyone – well, almost everyone – is filled with good cheer. It is the festive season after all. While it is important to celebrate success, the end of each year is also a good time to take stock of your life.
New Year’s resolutions reflect one of the most popular attempts at making positive adjustments to one’s life. Very often, the process results in a long wish-list of of well-meaning, but hard to follow through action points. You may diligently carry out these steps for a week or two and then you generally slip back into old habits and routines. This year, why not try something different?
Suppose for a moment that you could identify the key areas of your life that need work, and further that you could make a list of reasonable, achievable actions that you will stick to. Now, how great would that be? At some level you do know what you want and likely even what it takes to get it. However, identifying the small achievable steps you need to take and committing to them sincerely is something that stumps the best of us at times. Fortunately, these steps are precisely what the coaching process aims to deliver.
As a festive season bonus, please find below a free, quick and easy coaching questionnaire to get you started on making a short list of New Year’s resolutions that count. The results of your completed questionnaire will be emailed to you along with some challenging questions to think about.
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2012 New Year’s Resolution questionnaire
Good luck with your 2012 New Year’s resolutions. In the meantime, do enjoy the festive season and please don’t drink and drive!