Lisa Strutt

Lisa Strutt
Looking Back, Moving Forward

The gift that lasts all year.

Every year, I encourage my clients, friends and family to reflect on the past twelve months and set their intention for the year ahead.

I give them the gift of a series of questions. I know you might think, a list of questions is hardly top of my wish list. Trust me, it always sparks interesting conversations and gets people curious about how they are living their life and working and interacting with those around them. 

It’s an opportunity to pause, be grateful, celebrate and check in on whether you are living a life true to yourself.

I was using these questions live in a coaching session and I was especially struck by what my client said about reflection:

“Reflection helps me

Think

Go deeper

Take a step back

Get a different perspective

Come up with more solutions to the challenges facing me

See there are other ways of working, behaving, living.

Notice how far I’ve come this year

Get clear on what I want to focus on” 

Like any gift, it is only of use if you accept it, open it and make use of it.  

Yes, I am that annoying person who still has unopened gifts several days after Christmas!

Why?  I’m usually too busy to take the time and enjoy opening the presents and appreciate the gift of the giver.

It is my hope that you accept this gift, open it and find it useful. 

It might even reveal something about yourself.  

It might cause you to question how well you know yourself.

It might prompt you to commit to taking action towards self-renewal.

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