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December 31, 2012 / glennlim thots

Getting Reflective for the New Year!


Well, it’s that ‘time’ of the year again to recall, review, reflect, resolve…

Research has shown that the type of questions you ask yourself determines the quality of answers you get. It is a principle of focus. What you focus on will ultimately magnify. If your questions focus only on the negatives, you will be pre-occupied with all the negative things you experienced, feel lousy, and get depressed….So be careful what, or how, you Reflect!

Here are some positive reflection questions that may be helpful for you as you close one chapter and open up another in 2013:

  1. What were some significant events that impacted you in 2012?
  2. What were some important lessons you learnt in 2012?
  3. How have you grown in 2012?
  4. What are you most appreciative / thankful about in 2012?
  5. In your own words, how will you sum up the year 2012?


You may also wish to project some goals for the new year with these questions:

  1. What are some things I need to stop doing?
  2. What are some things I need to start doing?
  3. What are some things I need to continue doing?

Joining u in reflection this new year…Glenn Lim (2012-13)


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