First, I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year! 2009 was a great year for us, and we hope 2010 will bring the even more success. Ringing in the New Year usually means watching the ball drop, food & drinks, and of course making New Year’s resolutions.
Recently, while reading one of our favorite blogs (the GTD Times, by David Allen) we came across an article that inspired us to take stock with a year end thought exercise. In the GTD Times article, Year End Completions, David Allen goes over a few questions that anyone can ask themselves about how their 2009 went and what they would like to see of themselves in 2010. Here the questions from the exercise and we thought we’d turn it into a community based survey -
Completing and remembering 2009
What was your biggest triumph in 2009?
What was the smartest decision you made in 2009?
What one word best sums up and describes your 2009 experience?
What was the greatest lesson you learned in 2009?
What was the most loving service you performed in 2009?
Creating the new year
What would you like to be your biggest triumph in 2010?
What advice would you like to give yourself in 2010?
What is the major effort you are planning to improve your financial results in 2010?
What would you be most happy about completing in 2010?
What major indulgence are you willing to experience in 2010?
What would you most like to change about yourself in 2010?
We love the idea of making goals for yourself and taking a look back at what you’ve accomplished. So, inspired by David Allen, we took it one step further. We had two fun ideas that we thought would bring a little community entertainment, and self reflection to your day.
Share and be Inspired
We want to know what your New Year’s Resolutions are and share them with the world. Take the survey below or use the link http://surveygizmo.2010-New-Years-Resolutions.sgizmo.com/
Use it Inside Your Company
What if you want to make your own New Year’s Resolution survey and send it out to just your colleagues, company or friends?
Well we’ve created a template inside of SurveyGizmo anyone can use called “New Year’s Resolutions”. You can find it by clicking on Start with a Pre-Made survey and then under the “Other” category.
Tell us what you think by leaving us some comment love!