Reflect 2018 Create 2019

December 4, 2018

There is power in setting intent for the upcoming year!

Before we move into the New Year, it is a good idea to reflect on the past year, and then generate new promises and ideas for what lies ahead. Your veterinary team may benefit from an exercise in which they reflect on the past year and create for the upcoming year. You are encouraged to share with your team and family.

There is satisfaction in seeing how the last year unfolded. You might be surprised at all that came to fruition. Answer the questions below after recalling the past year’s events and experiences.

Then by setting intent for the upcoming year, you can better establish an outline for what you wish to accomplish both professionally and personally. Create 2019 with love and self-acceptance.

May you find that your 2018 achievements were rewarding. May your intent for 2019 be motivating and bring you much happiness and success along the journey.

Here’s to an inspirational year!

Reflections of 2018

What was your biggest triumph?

What was the best advice you gave yourself?

What brought you the most joy?

What was the biggest risk you took?

What was the greatest change you made?

Who was your greatest confidant?

Have you thanked them?

What did you not say to someone that you wish you had?

You still have time to tell that person……

What talent did you develop the most?

What was your favorite book/article you read?

What was the best memory?

Who were you most committed to?

How diligent were you creating fiscal freedom?

In regards to work, what was your greatest accomplishment?

What experience brought you the most personal growth?

What else?

Creating 2019

What would you like to be your biggest triumph?

What advice would you like to give yourself?

What is the major effort you plan to improve upon regarding your financial results?

What major indulgence are you willing to experience?

What would you most like to change about yourself?

What do you think will be your biggest risk?

What spiritual commitment are you willing to make for yourself?

What about your work, what are you most committed to changing and improving?

What is one, yet undeveloped talent you are willing to explore?

What brings you most joy and how are you going to do or have more of that?

Who or what, other than yourself, are you most committed to loving and serving?

What one word would you like to have as your theme?

What else?

May your year be meaningful, healthy, happy and prosperous. May you be the change you wish to see in the world!

Live, Love, Laugh, often!

Your CATALYST VetPC Team:  Rebecca Rose, CVT, Denise Mikita, MS, CVT and Jamie Davis, CVPM