I’ve already admitted that I’m not one for New Year’s Resolutions.
That doesn’t mean I don’t reflect, though, on the past year. A day older, a day wiser–hopefully. When you start thinking about all that happened to you in the past year–the good, the bad, and the ugly–you may come to see that you are indeed a bit wiser.
So this New Year’s day, I asked myself: what have I learned in 2014?
Without going into the details of how and when I learned these things, I’m simply sharing the list. Maybe one of them will resonate with you.
- Family really matters. Make the time.
- Say the things you need/want to say to the people you care about. Now.
- If you’re not sure what to do or say to someone in pain, just listen to your heart and take a chance.
- Coffee dates are better than Facebook chatting.
- Learn to identify what is trivial before the trivial takes over your life.
- You cannot write the script for the universe.
- The only one who can make time for pursuing your dream is YOU.
I guess most of us already know these things deep down. It’s just that our daily clutter has a way of obscuring their truth. Then we forget.
When you think about what you’ve learned (instead of where you have failed), the needed changes are more likely to fall into place. And to stick.
So my only “resolution” for 2015 is to carry-over what I’ve learned last year. That’ll be enough work.
What about you? What have you learned last year?