Don’t Look Back… Well Maybe Just This Once…

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Don’t Look Back… Well Maybe Just This Once…
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Don't Look Back... Well Maybe Just This Once (Now)

Welcome to the Don't Look Back training module for the Now section of the Single Page Plan. We're going to start by looking at life as it is right now for you.

We begin by doing a personal self-examination through looking back over the past year, we remember the good and bad, pain and joy, failures and success, happy and sad moments. Self-examination is about looking closely at your own conduct, motivations and actions.

As you begin this journey in transforming your life, beginning with the next 365 days, you need to peer into your life with wisdom and discernment to evaluate what you see, and the strength to determine what needs to change to bring about improvement. Your past year will be filled with memories of the year gone by, its joys and its sorrows.

Looking back over your last year will enable you to draw lessons from the past before the old year is wholly gone. Maybe you’ll see your shortcomings, of opportunities neglected, of time misspent, of abilities and powers not used, which will clearly highlight changes for you to make.

In this module Larry asked you some questions and for your convenience we have included them below.

Negative QuestionsPositive QuestionsEmpowering Questions
Negative Questions
What significant events took place in this year that were negative?
What did not go well this year?
What things do I need to do less of in the next year?
What things do I need to stop altogether in the next year?
What event or experience represented the "worst" of the year, and why exactly?
What important goals did i fail to achieve, and why?
Where else did I fail?
What regrets do I have?
What opportunity did I pass up?
What do I wish I had spent more time doing?
What was happening when I felt most tired, anxious or deflated?
What was the single most challenging thing that happened?
What was the single biggest time waster in my life this past year?
Where did I fail?
What regrets do I have?
What do I wish I had spent more time doing?
What were your worst personality characteristics e.g. lack confidence, low self esteem, and feeling down?
Positive Questions
What significant events took place in this year that were positive?
What went well this year?
What were the greatest things that happened in the past year?
What accomplishments from last year am I most proud of?
What developments have I made in the past year?
What were my biggest triumphs?
What were the smartest decisions I made?
Who were the people that had the greatest impact on my life?
What am I most proud of in terms of what I achieved, accomplished or brought into being this year – in life and work?
What were my wins?
What did I enjoy most?
What new things did I discover about myself?
What was the best news I received?
What was my favourite place that I visited?
Which of my personal qualities turned out to be the most helpful this year?
Which new skills did I learn?
What, or who, am I most thankful for?
What was my biggest break-through moment career-wise?
Was there anything I did for the very first time in my life this year?
What was my favourite moment spent with friends?
What major goal did I lay the foundations for?
What experience would I love to do all over again?
What was the biggest problem I solved?
What purchase turned out to be the best decision ever?
What do I deserve a pat on the back for?
What did I think about more than anything else?
What new habits did I cultivate?
What activities made me lose track of time?
What got me excited?
What did I love doing?
Empowering Questions
What were the greatest lessons I have learned from the last year?
What advice would you give yourself – without judgement?
What are the things you’d like to start doing?
What are the things you’d like to keep doing?
What are the things you’d like to stop doing?
What one sentence sums up the past year?
What else do I need to say to be complete with the year just gone?

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