I love this period between Christmas and New Year, not just because it's a holiday where the world around me slows down and the weather gets warmer. It's a time, for many many years, that I've allocated to undertake a reflective process that helps me remember the previous year and reset for the next one.
It's less about goal setting and more about uncovering the best stuff that happened and how I can create more of that.
It originated from David Allen's work on "Getting Things Done" and it's been adapted over the years.
Having just completed it (again!), I thought I'd share it further.
Give it a go, you may find it useful to reflect on what you achieved, reset your priorities or just have a smile and a laugh about the year that was and could be. Enjoy!
PS - ignore the year that listed, just use whatever year we're in.