7 Questions to Kick Start 2012

How many times over the last few days have you been asked if you are going to make a New Year’s Resolution? I’m not going to, because it doesn’t happen to fit with my usual and continuous 3 month to 3 year planning process, but I would love to hear how you are intending to get the most from 2012. Perhaps a couple of coaching questions will help you get started in formulating your thoughts and committing to yourself and your own development a little more seriously than most people do to their New Year’s Resolutions.

If you agree, let’s dive straight in:

  1. What one thing would make the biggest improvement in your life over the next 12 months?
  2. If you could have what you want, in just the way you want it, what would that do for you?
  3. In what way would you like this year to be different from last year?
  4. If you could really have what you secretly wanted, what would that be?
  5. What are your biggest fears and how can you overcome them?
  6. What new habits do you want to acquire this year and which do you want to shed?
  7. Which relationships do you want to develop this year and which do you need to let go of?

What are your goals and challenges are for 2012?

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  • Thanks Julie – Very thought-provoking questions (esp 1, 5, 6), which I will share with others. And in addition to deciding on the resolutions, I have learned from experience that an equally important decision is to determine how you will muster up the discipline to carry them through. This year I asked, “What should I focus on?” AND “How will I make sure I am diligent enough to accomplish these things?” Here’s to 2012!

  • This is a great simplified tone setting exercise to identify one’s true change needs & intentions for the new year…quite provoking in terms of introspecting as to what in us needs that true & meaningful change and why should we seek it?

  • Of course, several times in the last days came the new year resolution in picture and not only between people I met but also within myself. I just live from mid-last year a very interesting transforming period on the way of becoming a freelancer business coach. My voeus are not necessarily follow the 12-month peridicity but there is a certain synchronicity at the present moment. And in this state your questions (“tombe très bien” ) are asked in a very good moment for me. My target is for my local business caching business take off. For me, it’s the sales part which is critical, I will work on this. Thank you.

  • Really impressive, thanks.

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