all the way through “Lessons Learned”. I want to rest this until tomorrow, so that I can look through everything and add to my reflections if I want. My frame of mind is so much better this year than it was last year at this time. I am really getting excited about revising, organizing, and accomplishing my goals for the upcoming year! 5 years ago
How I did it: I set a challenge goal so that I would finish the book two weeks before the end of the year. I read the book and did many of the exercises. The book helps to organize your thoughts, values and roles for more effective life changing goals. It is a good tool for a goal review. And I find reviewing and changing goals at the new year to be cathartic. Read how I did it… 5 years ago
Reading this book is a process. So included in the process is reading others’ progress through Make 2008 my best year yet goal. What a wonderful wealth of experience! I’m glad I’m taking this time before the new year to prepare for a Best Year Yet goal for 2009. 6 years ago
Last December, about Christmas week, I purchased Your Best Year Yet. I knew that I would not read it before the new year. I considered reading it and applying the ideas at some arbitrary time of the year. Yet, I knew that this would not suit me.
At the end of last year, I really felt good polishing up my goals and moving ahead. Anticipating the new year, finds me in a place of great optimism. I would like to consciously use Your Best Year Yet as a guide to more focused goal planning. 6 years ago