It’s that time of the year when we look back, and we measure how far we’ve gone in the last 12 months.
What questions do you ask yourself? How do you assess your year?
I use to count my our successes and failures, to check if I have reached the goals I set at the beginning of the year, to evaluate my performances.
Isn’t this what most of us do? In particular, in a professional or business context, this is how we decide if there is something to celebrate or not.
Don’t get me wrong, measuring performances is essential for a sustainable business. And it’s important to celebrate achievements.
But what would happen if we also ask some other powerful questions?
What have we discovered about ourselves this year?
How much have we been true to who we are?
How many times our choices have we been aligned to our vision?
How great would it be, at the end of the year, to celebrate all the times when we have been true to who we are?