_According to Jack Canfield ...
As you set goals for the coming year, it's a good idea to take stock of the progress you've made toward your goals this year. For many people, this review is unpleasant and even can lead to a downward spiral.
If you didn't achieve all of the goals you set at the beginning of the year, you may feel like you have failed. Our self-esteem can take a hit, we can become disheartened and discouraged, and our motivation drops. Some people actually become depressed.
If this sounds familiar, it's time to reframe how you look at success.
Develop your "Wins List" with the help of Jack's article Celebrate Your Year: 23 Questions to Inventory Your Successes
For a more detailed 2011 Year in Review Process, join Jack's Inner Circle Club for a 10 day free trial to get his step by step video instruction about how to complete the 2011 Year in Review Process. He'll also provide some insight on goal setting to help you to begin charting your course for 2012!
Because of Jack's Year in Review process and the content and support in the Inner Circle Club, I've given up making New Year's resolutions that never come to fruition. I now start each New Year with a clear vision, of what I want, specific goals to guide me and the inspiration and support to help me take action toward achieving my goals!
Rather than beginning 2012 feeling expired by all I didn't accomplish, I am beginning the year inspired, fueled and motivated by the amazing inventory of things I've accomplished in 2011 that serve as a springboard for 2012!
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