Stopping to Get Direction

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You can’t know where you’re going until you know where you’ve been.

And when it comes to making resolutions for the new year, I think it’s crucial to evaluate your progress on the past year’s list. Note what goals you’ve accomplished and put a big satisfying check mark next to those.

And by those you didn’t realize, make note of three things:

1) In what way did you fail to meet the goal?
2) Is the goal worthy for the upcoming year?
3)How you can edit the goal to better accomplish it this year?

You never set out on a trip you’ve taken determined to get stuck in the same construction zone. Don’t set out on your 2011 journey without looking at the 2010 map. I imagine you’ll find success where you didn’t expect it and goals to add to the list for 2011.

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