Did You Make a Difference in Your Personal Life in 2015?

As we approach the end of 2015, and continuing with the process started in my recent newsletter and blog post, I invite you to now assess your personal results during 2015.\r\n\r\nUse a grading scale familiar to you to assess your performance. Some options are:\r\n• green-yellow-red\r\n• 1-10\r\n• yes-maybe-no\r\n• exceeded-met-did not meet\r\n• satisfied-not satisfied\r\n\r\nHere are a few questions to answer related to three of the most common personal life roles:\r\n\r\n1. Did you make a positive impact on your key relationships? Do you know who the handful of people most important to you is? And did you truly treat them as a priority during 2015?\r\n\r\n2. Did your physical, mental, spiritual, and financial health improve in 2015? Were these four areas a priority for you in 2015? If they weren’t, did you define it that way, or did it just happen? There is nothing wrong with prioritizing one or more of these areas, as long as you do it consciously and acknowledge the consequences of your decisions. I have learned that it is much easier to say no to something when we are in peace with the yes choices we have made.\r\n\r\n3. Did you do something worthwhile for your neighbor? We live in a society where sometimes it is easy to forget that there are people less fortunate than us. If you value giving something to others, assess whether you helped someone in need during 2015.\r\n\r\nThe answers to these and any other related questions will help with your goal-setting process for 2016, which I will cover in my December newsletter and blog posts.\r\n\r\n

\r\n\r\nThe results will help us adjust future articles.\r\n\r\nPercy M. Cannon\r\nAuthor, Consultant, Facilitator & Coach\r\nwww.cannon.consulting

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