This is not another goal setting post. In fact it’s kinda the opposite.
As it’s almost time to pop the corks, wave the sparklers and kiss random people, I thought I’d nudge you for a moment.
As the year comes to a close and we herald in a new one, it’s exciting to pack up the old memories, the highs and lows, the lessons the achievements, and look forward to the shiny possibilities of a brand new chapter in our lives.
Some people I know spend big chunks of time in solitude jotting down all the moments, learning from the stuff-ups, from each hard conversation, each A-ha moment, and patting themselves on the back for the glorious times. They then plug these learnings into their elaborate goal setting process, their personal and professional development plans, and they continue to mull over them to ensure they don’t repeat the crap.
I’m not one those people.
Never have been.
And have finally stopped beating myself up about not being one of those people!