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An Exercise for the New Year

Jan 8th, 2014

As we start 2014, I encourage each of you to do a self-evaluation using the 8 functions to assess our performance in 2013, validate what’s important for 2014, and align our activities for 2014 to keep us focused on what is important.  With this in mind, I want to repeat an exercise that I’ve shared before.

Please take the time to answer the following questions, then use your answers to tweak your resolutions for the year.

-         What is really, really important to you? (This question is designed to engage introverted feeling.)

-         What are you currently doing that supports what is important to you? (This question is designed to engage extraverted sensation.)

-         What have you been doing that supported what is important to you? (This question is designed to engage introverted sensation.)

-         What might you do to support what is important to you? (This question is designed to engage extraverted intuition.)

-         Are your activities really supportive of your accomplishing what is important to you? (This question is designed to engage introverted intuition.)

-         What must you be doing to accomplish what is important to you? (This question is designed to engage extraverted thinking.)

-         How does what you need to be doing fit into everything else you are doing? (This question is designed to engage introverted thinking.)

-         How do these activities affect the other people in your life? (This question is designed to engage extraverted feeling.)

I also encourage you to review these questions each quarter or more frequently as a way to realign your plans so you achieve what’s important to you.

May you have a blessed New Year.  

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