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Completing The Year

31 Dec 2014

As the year draws to an end – it’s a good time to reflect on what you have achieved and learned.
In order to start a new year, it’s important to complete this year by acknowledging whether you have created what you wanted during 2014.
Completing urges you forward.
When you embark on a new year, project or task – you are activating a creative cycle of ‘germination, assimilation & completion’.
With ‘germination’ – there is a creative idea and you experience a burst of energy. It’s just the beginning – when you conceive your vision or the end result you are going for.
Then there’s ‘assimilation’ where you’re gathering internal & external resources and taking action toward achieving your end result. At this stage, you’re internalising your vision and your project takes off and seems to take on a life of its own.
Completing is an opportunity to take stock of your own creative process. You can look back on what worked and what did not, and how you might do it next time. If you didn’t achieve what you originally intended, remember – it’s a creative process so there’s no mistakes!
When you acknowledge what you have created and know what your next step is, this provides energy to complete and commence the next year or project stage you want.
Every ending brings a new beginning. By completing, you clear the space for something new to begin and remember to celebrate both – the end of the old and the coming of the new.
Completion Exercise:
1. Acknowledge that 2014 is over 2. Acknowledge whether you created what you wanted
3. Acknowledge what you achieved and learned 4. Acknowledge yourself
5. What is your ‘next step’?

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