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    As the year draws to a close, it's natural to reflect on the past 12 months and contemplate how to end the year on a positive note. It's an opportunity to acknowledge achievements, learn from setbacks, and set the stage for a fresh start. Here are 7 approaches that we’ll explore to help you end the year on a positive and empowering note.

    Celebrate Milestones and Embrace Growth:

    Take some time to write down and reflect on your accomplishments throughout the year. Celebrate your successes, big or small, as they remind you of your capabilities and progress. Additionally, write down and reflect on the lessons learned from any setbacks or challenges you faced. Embrace the growth and wisdom gained from these experiences.

    Master Gratitude:

    Gratitude is a powerful tool that can shift your perspective and bring positivity into your life. Take a moment each day to write down three things you are grateful for. This simple practice can help you focus on the positive aspects of your life and foster a sense of contentment and living in the present moment.


    Crush Small, Year-End Goals:

    Identify a few realistic goals you can accomplish before the year ends. These goals should be attainable within the available time frame, allowing you to end the year with a sense of accomplishment. Break them down into smaller, actionable steps to ensure progress and motivation.

    Take Your Life from Chaos to Calm:

    Physical clutter can have a significant impact on our mental state. Before the year ends, take the opportunity to declutter and organize your physical space. Clear out items that no longer serve you, such as items you haven’t used in a year, organize your files, mail, and documents, or deep clean your living and workspace. These decluttering to-do’s create an environment that promotes focus and productivity. A clean and organized space can bring a sense of calm and clarity.

    Nourish and Flourish:

    The end of the year can be a busy and stressful time. Make self-care a priority to maintain your well-being. Engage in activities that bring you joy and relaxation, such as practicing mindfulness, taking walks in nature, reading, or spending quality time with loved ones. Prioritizing self-care will help you recharge and enter the new year with renewed energy.

    Turn Appreciation into Action:

    Take the time to express gratitude and appreciation to the people who have supported and inspired you throughout the year. Write heartfelt thank-you notes, send messages of appreciation, or even plan a small gathering to celebrate and express your gratitude. Showing recognition to the ones you appreciate not only strengthens relationships but also cultivates a positive atmosphere.

    5-5-5 Intentions:

    End the year by setting intentions for the upcoming year. Jot down five major accomplishments you want to achieve, five qualities you want to embody, and the five experiences you want to have. Keep them somewhere visible as a reminder and a monthly check-in for the year ahead.


    The Ball Drop Finale

    As we approach the final chapters of the year, seize the moment to infuse positivity into your journey. Reflect on the milestones, express gratitude for the lessons, and set intentions that resonate with your aspirations. Acknowledge your achievements, both big and small, as each contributes to your unique narrative.

    As you navigate the remaining days of the year, embrace this opportunity to recharge. Cultivate a positive foundation that will echo into the new year, ensuring a gratifying and empowering conclusion to this chapter of your journey. If you need guidance on ending the year positively and setting yourself up for new year success, contact a coach to take a deliberate approach to positivity and growth.

    Lauren Waterworth

    I’ve dedicated much of my life to swimming competitively and being an athlete. It has made me appreciate the role a coach can play in someone’s life. This is what inspired me to pursue a career in coaching and to develop my motto, “I want it to matter that we met”. My passion is helping others create the lives they...

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