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Updated by Heidi Reimer-Epp on Jul 13, 2013
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Tools for Doing An Annual Review

Never getting to those big plans to start a business, find a spouse, plant a garden or learn to bake the perfect cupcake? Make this year your best year ever with these free tools that take you step-by-stel through the goal setting process.

Values-Driven Resolutions (and a worksheet, too!) | Laurie Foley

I'm not a huge fan of New Year's resolutions. Too often they seem to reflect where I feel like I've failed in the year before. Lose weight, be more organized, meditate more often. It's the same every year and my track record for keeping them is very poor.

The Art of Non-Conformity " 2012 Annual Review: Overview

Greetings! Every year I devote an entire week-and usually several weeks of blog posts-to an Annual Review, where I look back on the previous year and make plans for the coming year. Many of our readers now do the same thing, some by following the same structure I use and others by modifying it to suit their own needs.

Finding Your Own North Star: Claiming the Life You Were Meant to Live

Put the telescope away; the North Star mentioned here is a human body, not a heavenly one. And like Polaris, which has guided sailors for centuries, the human body's gut feelings and emotions can help guide a wayward soul back to his or her "essential self."

Write Your Annual Review (Plus a Free Worksheet to Help)

It's almost the end of the 2011. Where has the time gone? How was it for you? For me, it's been quite a year. I started 2011 with no blog, no iPhone app, and no wife. Now I have all three! Now it's December and it's my favorite time of the year because of the holidays.

Let's make 2013 the best year ever!

The title of this post is quite possibly the most over-the-top hyperbolic headline this blog has ever seen, but it's exactly what I'm feeling right now. I've just come back from a weekend retreat with my girls, and I'm tired and in need of a good night's sleep in my own bed.

Do you want to be more successful? Write Down your Goals

"16% of the population have goals but don't write them down. Less than 4% write down their goals and less than 1% review them regularly. Those individuals will have 9x more success, over the course of their lifetime, than those who don't set goals" - David Khol If you want to be one of those individuals, read on!