Four Questions for Your New Year

Q1: What was your biggest lesson of the last year?

Q2: What are you proudest of from last year?

Q3: In the New Year, where will you most make valuable use of those things?

  • What do you think that something might be?
  • Where do you think it might happen?
  • Who do you think will be with you?
  • What will the first step of that feel like?

Q4: In the New Year, what are you most interested to learn more about?

  • How does that connect to your other answers?
  • Your biggest lesson of last year?
  • The thing you’re most proud of from last year?
  • What you may do to build on those things?
  • Even if your biggest fascination to learning and skill is completely different — what will it be about?
  • What will the first part of learning that be like?




Live life at 100 smiles per hour!

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Power Posing

Playing the long term game

Insomnia (English version)

Don’t Learn How to Lose

7 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

5 Lifestyles that will increase your Productivity

How to Be A Better Conversationalist

How to be a better conversationalist

How To Be Mentally Strong In The Face Of Adversity

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
John Bailey

John Bailey

Live life at 100 smiles per hour!

More from Medium

Why You Shouldn’t Forget to Have Fun

The Science of Consistency: How to be Consistent and Succeed in Your Personal and Professional Life

Wanting to change isn’t enough. Here’s the science behind it.

Success- A Flight Of Steps