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TOP 25 QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOURSELF BEFORE DECEMBER 31ST




I personally don’t do New Year resolutions basically because it’s difficult to stick with too much change at a time.
So in a bid to have a better 2017, I’ve decided to critically look retrospectively into the past year and forward into the future. My friend and I came up with these questions to help propel a better you in the New Year.
I recommend that you find a moment to truly answer these questions. I guarantee you will gain new and improved perspective on doing life in 2017 and beyond.

1 1.  What am I most thankful for this year?
   2.   Where should I invest my money?
   3.   What do I need to do in the New Year?
   4.   What aspect of life do I seem to be struggling in?     
   5.   Who can help me with number 4?
  

   6.   How can I challenge my current capacity in the New Year?   
   7.   What lessons have I learnt in the past 365 days? 
   8.   Did I prioritize healthy living this year and how can I improve my health condition in the New Year?
   9.   How may I improve on my walk with God in the New Year ? 
    10.   what new skills do i need to learn to better (-----------------)?


11.     What new strategies should I employ to achieve my goals?
12.     Did I give my best in my romantic relationship this year?
13.     How can I improve on number 12?
14.     How can I improve other relationships in my life?
15.     Why do I need to achieve my goals in the New Year?


16.     Who do I need to forgive?
17.     What great/creative idea did I abandon this past year?
18.     What unnecessary things did I spend money on this year?
19.     What is my idea of a better life in the New Year?
20.     What do I need to do to create number 19?


21.     What achievements or skills do I need to build on in the New Year?
22.     Who am I most thankful for in this past year?
23.     Who or what association do I need to disconnect from in the New Year?
24.     What new habits would I cultivate in the New Year?
25.     Who do I want to be at the end of 2017?


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