What does the end of 2012 and the beginning of 2013 mean to you? For some, they are glad to see a difficult year come to an end and look forward to better times ahead. For others, the past year was filled with triumph, joy, and success, and they wonder what the new year will hold. No matter where you fall on the spectrum, the passing of another year is a time for personal reflection – taking stock, appreciating what is, letting go, and planning for success in the year ahead.

We at Chatsworth Consulting Group believe in the power of being Thoughtful – taking time to think, reflect, consider, and plan action. To that end, we offer you ten thought-provoking questions to jump-start your personal reflection on 2012 and 2013. You might sit quietly and ponder these questions in your head; write in a journal; talk them over with a friend, partner, or coach; or do all three. Choose whatever works best for you.

The ten questions

  1. What is going well in my life/work?
  2. What could I do better?
  3. What do I want more of? Less of?

Click here to read more, and give yourself the gift of time to go through these questions. Please feel free to forward this on to others who may benefit from it. As always, if you have any questions about this or any other services we provide, please let us know.

All the best,

Lisa and Robyn

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