Whichever holidays you celebrate, I wish you Happy Holidays!
It’s the time of the year when we look back at the year that was and look forward at what’s coming. I’ll evaluate the work I did in My Best Year Yet 2009 to see what worked and what did not work.
A milestone for me during 2009 was my presentation at Øredev 2009. It was not in my plans but it’s a major achivement for me.
I will keep my three key words (trust, connect and grow) since I feel that they still are important to me and where I want to go.
Update December 28, 2009.
Dave Navarro at Rock Your Day posts about What No One Will Tell You About The New Year:
New Year’s Day is around the corner, and everyone is talking about goals, plans and resolutions. Everyone is all cheery and optimistic and chatty about how great the new year is going to be, and while that’s all well and good, it’s all very dangerous.
Dangerous to your true goals, your true ambitions … because the new year doesn’t mean anything at all. You’re still carrying the same you from this year into next year. You’re still carrying the same habits and hangups that held you back over the last 12 months into the next twelve months.