1- Your first task is to identify and list the three best things from the year 2014. This activity needs plenty of thinking time – it’s often harder for people to remember the good things than the bad!
2- Your second task is to list one thing that could have gone better. Consider what didn’t work out so well (whether through your own involvement or something beyond your control) but you must also identify why these events could have been better.
3- Focusing on those things that could have been better, decide what you can personally do in the New Year to address these shortcomings, solve these problems, or make these improvements. Your goal is to write out two specific and focused resolutions.