As the year winds down you’re probably having a few thoughts about how 2013 has gone. Well, okay, probably more than a few. And perhaps there are some ideas floating around about what you hope and dream for in 2014.
This post is designed to help you shape all these thoughts and feelings. There are times that are great for musing, certainly. And once that’s done, some simple, effective structure can help you take those ideas, solidify them, and get to work making them a reality. This is one of my favorite blog topics to tackle each year, and this year I’ve got a few juicy additions for you, so read on!
Following, you’ll find Part 1 of a two-part structure, Completing 2013 Powerfully. This will take a bit of time, but the reward will surprise you. I do this every year on my own, and this year I incorporated it into my special End of Year Velocity Day. It’s truly my favorite work I do all year long.
First, I encourage you to carve out time for yourself. Go somewhere that you can focus on this important work, but still be relaxed. For me, it’s one of two favorite cafes. An extra hot vanilla latte at King’s Road does wonders for putting me in the right zone.