So Long, 2014! It was a year of transition and growth

Like many people, I make some New Year’s Resolutions.  They’re always well-intentioned and improvement-oriented (lose weight, do more of this, stop doing that), and I’m usually moderately successful with them, at best.  Of course, that’s because I don’t put much effort into concrete goal setting and creating action plans to really ensure that these things will happen.

This year will be different.  Following the example of Chris Guillebeau (who I discovered and started following this year), I am taking more time to do a review of 2014 and create more solid, actionable goals and plans for 2015.  More about 2015 in my next post.

Chris Guillebeau’s annual look-back consists mainly of asking two questions:

  1. What went well in 2014?
  2. What did not go so well in 2014?

Yesterday, I sat down and answered these questions.  Here’s what I came up with for me.

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