PS: Before you start reading this post, I want you to make sure you are sitting in a cozy place, away from any distractions, bring a cup of coffee or tea, a pen and a sheet of paper, to take notes and answer questions.

Helliw! The end of the year is the time you value your whole year in terms of achievements, lessons and mistakes, as well as setting goals for the next year and making plans to reach them; and in this you’ll need guidance to do the evaluation and goals setting right, that’s why in this post I want to share with you the best content that would absolutely help you in this, either a quiz, an article, a video, a book or a podcast. Here we go:

Because what you can’t evaluate you can’t improve, it is important you assess your current situation in different areas of life, so you can figure out how to enhance it. That’s mainly why I suggest you take this score by Michael Hyatt

In this video by Marie Forleo, you’ll be able to assess your year from another dimension by evaluating your achievements, mistakes and lessons.


And in case you want some inspiration before setting your goals, to figure out your purpose in life, or what’s your next big step in 2017, then I highly recommend you read #GIRLBOSS by Sophia Amoruso. You can read the review here.

Here you find 6 questions that are meant to let you focus on your priorities in 2017 and eliminate all the distractions that waste your time and energy.

I myself answered these questions and found them very helpful to conceive my own evaluation of 2016 as well as my vision of 2017, and so I want to share this content with you. You are welcome!

See you in the next post!



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