completing and remembering checklist

Harvesting Your Completing and Remembering

Usually, I wait for the last week of the year to post the list of questions known as “Completing and Remembering”.  This year I had a different thought.  What if we thought about the questions 60 days before the end of the year?   What if we saw there were things missing and we still had time to put something in motion?  What if we stopped thinking we did not have the time and took just one action? What if????

I know just editing this post and mentally thinking through the questions has given me ideas of what would feel more complete if I took an action.  For me, the smartest decision I made was to relax my grip on the throat of life.  Come on, I know I am not the only person who does that.  For years I have repeated the phrase, “do without doing and everything gets done.”  In 2019, I was able to live closer to that truth.

It is from that perspective that I share these questions with you as November begins.

Remembering and Completing 2019

What was your biggest triumph of 2019?

What was the smartest decision you made in 2019?

What one word best sums up and describes your 2019 experience?

What was the greatest lesson you learned in 2019?

What was the most loving service you performed in 2019?

What is your biggest piece of unfinished business in 2019?

Who were the three people that had the greatest impact on your life in 2019?

What was the biggest risk you took in 2019?

What was the biggest surprise in 2019?

What important relationship improved in the most in 2019?

What compliment would you like to have received in 2019?

What compliment would you like to have given 2019?

What else do you need to do or say to be complete as you look forward to 2020?

If you feel so inclined, share your responses with me on Facebook.  I have been amazed at what others have shared in private emails to me and would like others to benefit from the shared wisdom.

 

Andrea Goeglein, Ph.D.
About the author

Andrea Goeglein is part organizational psychologist, part entrepreneur, and all about success—your success. She understands both the pressures you face and the dreams that inspire you. Andrea merges her experience as a business owner with her training in Positive Psychology to provide effective, efficient and challenging personal development products and services. She combines an emphasis on objective assessment with an approach that is always powered by your spirit and guided by your goals. Her professional development offerings are based in theory and backed by direct business knowledge.

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