Positive Changes Inventory

Wednesday, July 02, 2008
Believe it or not, we've just dipped into the second half of the year 2008.

Instead of flogging yourself for goals not met, try out New York Times bestselling author Cheryl Richardson's idea, which is to acknowledge the positive steps you've taken so far this year. In her recent newsletter, she suggests that you reflect on the last six months by answering the following questions:

1. What hidden part of you have you awakened this year?
2. What positive changes have you made to your home or office?
3. Are you getting your creative needs met? How?
4. What changes have you made to better honor your integrity?
5. Have you added any small pleasures to your life? If so, what are they?
6. Have you forgiven yourself for something you did that's been bugging you?
7. How have you taken better care of your body, your mind, or your heart?
8. How have you been a better partner, spouse, friend, or co-worker?
9. What have you done to help others improve the quality of their lives?
10. Are you letting things be easy?

If you'd like, share some of the positive changes you've made so far this
year. What's working for you?


Shelli said...

I did something similar to this after the New Year. Instead of making resolutions for the New Year, I listed my accomplishments over the past two years, and I wrote about it on my blog. It's a great way to remind yourself that you ARE doing something, and you are moving toward your goals even if the destination seems light years away. Here's a link to that post:


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