17 December 2019

What are the 5 questions I like to reflect on at this time of year?

As we get ready for 2020, it’s time to ask five important and reflective questions.

When December arrives, most of us are all doing our utmost just to make it through till Christmas. Don’t worry, I’m in that state of mind too, but I actually like to take advantage of this time of year. It helps me do some solid pondering on the year that was. I ask myself five important and reflective questions that help me to get clear about how my year was from many different perspectives and at the same time, helping me get focused for the year ahead

These questions are designed to help take a head full of information, memories, moments and stuff, and put it into some logical order. This, in turn, helps it to make sense. With this tidying up of our brain, we set great foundations for a bigger, bolder and brighter year.

So what are these five questions to ask as we get ready for 2020? READ MORE HERE.

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