Do you want 2016 to be your best year yet?
If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.
Unless you’re willing to change, it’s not going to happen by default. You’re going to have to put some time and thought into the actions you’re going to take to reach your goals.
Hitting your goals is also going to require focus. If you’re doing too many things, and you’re not really getting anywhere with anything, it’s time to trim the fat off of your life so you can build better habits and routines to support your aims.
In this episode, I provide you with some tips for reflecting on the last year, closing the chapter on it, and creating a vision for the next three years of your life.
In this episode, you will discover:
- Why I believe you need to take some time to reflect on 2015.
- Why changing your habits and routines is often a necessary part of achieving your goals.
- Why I think you should leave home and find a quiet place to think and reflect this holiday season.
- Why you need to close the chapter on 2015.
- The seven questions Michael Hyatt asks himself to close the chapter on another year.
- What my most important takeaway from 2014 was.
- Why I’ve felt like my life vision hasn’t been totally clear for many years.
- Why I’m looking to visit Japan on a yearly basis.
- Why you need to create a vision for the next three years of your life.
- How to create a Painted Picture (or vision) for your life.
Links and resources mentioned in this episode:
- The Complete Music Entrepreneur
- Closing The Chapter on 2014
- Seven Questions to Ask About Last Year
- #054: Top 14 Lessons from 2014
- Double Double: How to Double Your Revenue and Profit for 3 Years or Less by Cameron Herold (affiliate link)
- The Book List
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Author: David Andrew Wiebe
David Andrew Wiebe has built an extensive career in songwriting, live performance, recording, session playing, production work, investing, and music instruction. In addition to helping musicians unlock their full potential, he also continues to maintain a touring schedule with multiple bands.