The beginning of the year is a great time to reflect on what happened during the previous year. Although we sometimes get caught up in our failures, acknowledging and understanding our successes is extremely important.
For the past three years I have been participating in Michael Hyatt’s Best Year Ever (BYE) program (registration is only open until January 7th). One of the things that I have appreciated about his approach is that it centers around identifying and acknowledging the positive without ignoring the challenges. I cannot with all honesty say that 2015 was, in fact, my best year ever (but I think without BYE it would have been even less so). Even so, there were some serious successes along the way that I might have otherwise missed had I not intentionally reflected on 2015.