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Your 20/20 Plan

Dec 2019

Debra Jones

Your 20/20 Plan

Before you jump into New Year resolutions, put your foot on the brakes for a day or two and try this fun end-of-year review instead.
Give yourself the space to acknowledge your accomplishments of 2019, then use what you’ve discovered to create a new year plan.  Here's how:


20 Questions for New Year’s Eve

  1. What was the best thing that happened this past year?
  2. What was the most challenging thing that happened?
  3. What was an unexpected joy this past year?
  4. What was an unexpected obstacle?
  5. Pick three words to describe this past year.
  6. Pick three words your partner or close friend would use to describe your year.
  7. Pick three words your partner or close friend would use to describe their year.
  8. What were the best books you read this year?
  9. Who were your most valuable relationships with?
  10. What was your biggest personal change of this past year?
  11. In what way(s) did you grow emotionally?
  12. In what way(s) did you grow spiritually?
  13. In what way(s) did you grow physically?
  14. In what way(s) did you grow in your relationships with others?
  15. What was the most enjoyable part of your life (both professionally and personally)?
  16. What was the most challenging part of your life (both professionally and personally)?
  17. What was your single biggest time-waster in your life this past year?
  18. What was the best way you used your time this past year?
  19. What was most important thing you learned this past year?
  20. Create a phrase or statement that describes this past year for you.


By answering these questions, you’ll discover what you value.  Your values can change from year to year, so your answers reveal what is important to you.

The start of a new year is the perfect time for restructuring your life and creating a plan.

This is the time to make new commitments to yourself, to your partners in business and in love, and to your family. Your plan will make the statement, “This is who I am, this is what I want, this is where I'm going!” 

This next list of questions will help you get there.


20 Questions for New Year’s Day

  1. What do you want for yourself this year?
  2. What challenges do you anticipate?
  3. How have you solved these types of challenges in the past?
  4. What skills/tools do you now have to help you move beyond obstacles?
  5. Pick three words to describe the year you want to have.
  6. What new adventure(s) will you explore?
  7. What kind of world do you want to be living in?
  8. What do you want to learn this year?
  9. What new relationships do you need to cultivate?
  10. How will you connect with your community?
  11. In what ways do you plan to grow emotionally?
  12. In what ways do you plan to grow spiritually?
  13. In what ways do you plan to grow physically?
  14. In what ways do you plan to grow in your relationships with others?
  15. What will be the most enjoyable part of your life (both professionally and personally)?
  16. What will be the most challenging part of your life (both professionally and personally)?
  17. What will you do differently to avoid your biggest time-waster?
  18. How will you use your time more productively?
  19. How will you improve your health and wellness?
  20. Create a phrase or statement to describe the year you want to have.  Write it down.

Well done!

With this plan, you'll have 20/20 vision to create the life you want to live!

Go ahead and manifest it!

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