Can you believe that 2016 is right around the corner? The end of the year is a great time to create your year in review by reflecting on the past and planning for your future. December is always an exciting time for me. Every year around this time, I’m  pretty much over the current year and ready to move on.

The symbolism of January 1st gets me pumped. The fresh start, the unlimited potential for the upcoming year and the process of shedding unnecessary baggage, truly excites me!

Despite what your 2015 was like, I hope that you allow yourself to enter into 2016 at peace, refreshed and hopeful.

You deserve a fresh start!

Over the years I’ve become a reflective person and I really appreciate introspection. Below are 12 questions that I used to reflect on 2015. Trust me… this wasn’t a walk in the park! If you can, take some quiet time and reflect on the past year. Your successes, failures and everything in between.

I like to jot my answers down in a notebook, the notepad app on my phone or I email it to myself. I encourage you to do the same. On December 31, 2016 I can guarantee you, you’ll appreciate looking back on your progress and growth.

Feel free to share your answers (the ones you feel comfortable sharing of course) in the comments section below and click the link below to download the free 2016 Goal Mapping Workbook.

Year in Review: 2015

1. If you had to describe 2015 in 3 words, what would they be?

2. What was a high point?

3. What was a low point?

4. Which of your personal qualities turned out to be most helpful this year?

5. What was your most common mental state this year (i.e. stressed, at peace, excited)?

6. Who was your number one go-to person that you could always rely on?

7. Who hindered you?

8. Did you make a mistake that you haven’t forgiven yourself for? What do you need in order to forgive yourself?

9. How did your overall outlook on life evolve?

10. What do you deserve a pat on the back for?

11. What was the most important lesson you learned in 2015?

12. What is your number one goal for 2016?

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Year in Review 2015