December, January and February 2011-12 flew by at rapid speed, filled with activ­i­ties to complete projects, enter­tain house guests, travel and sing a once-in-a-life­time event. March starts my new year with a few days of reflec­tion on 2011 and futuring about what’s next. In case this sounds like your life, here are the starting ques­tions I’m asking myself for this new year.

Remembering 2011

What were my great contri­bu­tions in 2011? What strengths did I use in each?
What were my biggest chal­lenges? What did I learn about myself?
What else did I learn in 2011? How did I grow in 2011?
Who supported me in my learning? How can I thank them?
What limiting beliefs did I shift? What nega­tive emotions did I shift?
What was the biggest surprise in 2011?
What feels unfin­ished? What do I bring to 2012? What can I let go?
How am I different this year than last?
How did I bring more joy, love and sense of well-being into my life?
What am I grateful for today?
What else do I need to do or say to be complete with 2011?

Creating 2012

What atti­tudes, beliefs and actions will I bring from 2011 into 2012? What do I want to conserve?
What atti­tudes, beliefs and actions of 2011 can I let go for 2012?
What would I like to be my biggest triumph in 2012? How could I make that happen?
What am I looking forward to learning in 2012?
What will be my biggest risk in 2012?
What strengths will I inten­tion­ally use more in 2012?
What am I most committed to improving in 2012?
How will I bring more joy, love and sense of well-being into my life?
What is my best inten­tion for 2012?
What one word could be my theme for 2012?