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S.T.O.P. Before 2012

S.T.O.P.

Before the end of the year be sure to S.T.O.P.

Take out your journal and write:-

Successes – Make a list of all your successes and achievements this year.  From major accomplishments to small silly things.  Celebrate everything you’ve done that you are proud of.  If it makes it easier, imagine you are your best friend and he or she is reminding you of what an amazing year you’ve had.  What have you learned this year?  How have you impacted others?

Thanks – What are you thankful for today?  Expressing gratitude for the blessings you received this year.  This is something that you can write every day.  Even keep a separate journal for your blessings or gratitudes.

Opportunities – What are the opportunities you can imagine ahead of you next year and beyond?  What are your dreams?  What will you keep doing?  What do you need to do differently?  Create the vision in your future.  Write down all the things you would like to do – skydiving, singing lessons; places you would like to visit; and people you would like to meet.

Plan – Now that you have your vision – How will you begin to achieve your goals next year and beyond?  Start now to plan your year ahead.  You don’t have to know all the details.  Start at the end and work backwards.  Or at least begin with one small step in the direction of your dreams.

May 2012 bring you all the joy, prosperity and wishes you dream of.

Judy Peebles

Creator of The Journaling Jenius™, Journaling Jems™ and The Knowledge Series

2 Responses to “S.T.O.P. Before 2012”

  1. KISS! Great exercise. Thanks for sharing. Love the simplicity! Happy New Year Judy! Cyber Hug!

  2. Hi Judy,

    Thank you very much for the wonderful Business Workshop you provided me in 2011. Even through I had several steps back during the program, it certainly did motivate me to get started on my way! I look forward to a better and more energized year. I am interested in hearing more about the trip to London in July.

    Happy New Year!!!
    Rita Kauffman

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