Questions to Challenge Your Thinking

This is a great time to re-assess the past year and plan for the next.  Why not take an hour alone (or with a significant other) and answer these questions:

  1. What has given you energy this year?
  2. What has depleted energy from you this year?
  3. How can you do more of the former and less of the latter?
  4. What should you stop doing?  What can you resign from?
  5. What projects need to drop off of your to-do list?
  6. What 3 strategic initiatives would you like to accomplish this year?
  7. What 3 key activities do you do that make you money?
  8. How can you focus on them?
  9. What activity could you undertake in the next 90 days to make a 50% difference in how you feel about your life?

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