December 29, 2011

A few questions for the new year

  1. What went well in 2010? 
  2. What did you do that you are you proud of?  
  3. What would you like to be different? 
  4. How would you like next year to become? 
  5. What would you like to try differently? 
  6. How would you like your future to become?

4 comments:

  1. These questions are so important I think I should ask them each week. :)

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  2. Nice try to provoke some thinking, but.. when I ask myself these questions I've a lot of perspectives to give the answer in : there is me in appreciating my efforts to be/stay in good health, in being myself in the world around me, in my relationships with others that appeal to my feelings to be/being responsable, or to my development, or to my hapiness, or to my income,..I'm multi-layered, so these questions don't really give a simple answer to a new year's wish :-)

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  3. Hi Wandering, I can imagine. I am curious: did you find it useful at all to reflect on these things?

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  4. Thank you, Coert, for this inspiring post! I am sure that your questions can make people think differently about the past and the coming year.

    I would like to add 2 more questions:

    What gives you hope that the coming year can be (at least a little bit, at least in one aspect) better that 2011?

    What experience(s) make(s) you believe that you can do something differently?

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