How do I close the old year and bring in the new year?

Feeling so blessed receiving all the year end messages of thanks from my clients past, present and future from all over the world. When as a human being we say yes to our personal development and growth it shows how much we value ourselves. And it’s not just in the realm of coaching, when we look after ourselves physically, mentally and spiritually we are saying yes to abundance and joy in our lives.

So here’s wishing ALL of you my fabulous readers, clients, friends, everyone of you whose lives I have touched in a small or big way a FABULOUS 2015! May this year bring you joy, peace, harmony and love. Hoping 2015 is the year you fulfill your goals, resolutions and dreams, because you truly deserve it.

Bringing us to the topic where some viewers have written in asking: “How do I close the old year and bring in the new year?”

I have outlined the completion ritual I am following and want to share it with you so that you can start your new year 2015 on a solid foundation:

  • Write down the top 10 things you have enjoyed the most in the year gone by. I for example have divided my life into various areas like my life coaching work, family, relationships, health, entertainment etc. and penned down the top 10 things I enjoyed the most in each area of the respective areas. So in the video above I share with you the top 3 things in my life coaching that I enjoyed the most like working with parents on The Transformational Parenting Program that has helped to transform the individual as parents and then their entire family bringing more harmony and joy in the family life.
  • Write down the top 10 things you have not enjoyed in the year gone. So in the video I share with you the top 3 I have not enjoyed like trying to figure out what I need to eat in a no-carb diet!!
  • Siphon out the learnings, from all the experiences you have had in the past year. It is so important for us to look at both the positive and negative experiences because they are there to teach us a lesson. To start off with it is difficult to look at the learnings from the negative or from the experiences we did not enjoy, but if you can distance your emotion and look at the event as a purely learning experience you will bring so much richness to your personal growth.

Action: I would love to hear from you the top 3 things you enjoyed the most, did not enjoy in the past year and what were your learnings. And if you want me to coach you in assessing the past year, the experiences, the learnings and setting up GOALS for the coming year.

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