Quickly create insight, acknowledge your accomplishments and set up for your next steps

Ready to Complete the year Powerfully?

This is a quick exercise proven to complete this year and set your path for the coming year.

With over 4000 people participating in our programs we know that success springs from the simple acts of leverage that change our fundamental trajectory.


You can increase your success rate by up to 76% when you write your goals and your actions/commitments and communicate weekly progress on goals and actions.

7 Minutes

It'll take just a few minutes to get these benefits
Write down your accomplishments, insights and goals you have and get reminders to keep you on track.


Life gets busy. Every so often we all need a prompt to check in with the big things.
We'll send you a reminder of your goals several times throughout the year.

Being Clear

One of the most powerful things we can do to shape our future is get clear on what has worked and define what we really want.

It might seem blindingly obvious, may even been something that you have thought of before, but only a small percentage of people take real time, sit down, reflect and really think. It can transform their satisfaction, results and accomplishments dramatically.

The ability to shift from reacting against the past to leaning into and presencing an emerging future is probably the single most important leadership capacity today.

Otto Scharmer

At the end of each year we like to take the time to review the year as a whole. It's a part of getting clear on what we have and haven't done and being clear sets the scene for inventing what is next.

Some reflection allows us to take a moment and collect our thoughts about progress, completion and direction for the year to come. With this practice we can derive insight from what has worked well, the distance travelled and the gains. We can understand ourselves and our accomplishments in the world, make some decisions about what we are carrying forward and what we are not. This lets us set up the coming year with a fresh intent and perspective; what to stop and what to do more of.

It also allow us to clear the deck and create the coming year on purpose (rather than just falling in). This has several benefits. Some of these are logistical and others more contextual.


I quite enjoyed this one. It did not feel too long or cumbersome.


What a useful and simple, and profound process.


Thought provoking.


I found this a really great thing to work through, thank you.


Good reflective tool.


Good reflective tool.


Good way to keep one on track


Taking these sections in smaller chunks has felt a lot more achievable than trying to work it out. It has helped me focused on a smaller, more refined list which in turn I believe help me achieve more in the long run.


Cutting through the clutter and the noise gives me the clarity I need to be an effective leader. I am looking forward to a succinct and effective year ahead.


Like it!


I look forward to another year of growth and evolution.


When I first started this process I asked myself what have I achieved? Now I completed it I can see that I have made a fundamental shift in who I am as a person and a leader within my organisation and my personal life. I feel confident, still and focussed.


Every great work, every big accomplishment, has been brought into manifestation through holding to the vision, and often just before the big achievement, comes apparent failure and discouragement.

Florence Scovel Shinn

The Research

Psychology professor Dr. Gail Matthews. found you can increase the success of accomplishing your goals by up to 33% by writing them down and creating some accountability.

Findings were based on a study of 267 participants. The participants were from a wide variety of businesses, organisations, and networking groups throughout the United States and overseas to understand how goal achievement is influenced by writing goals, committing to goal-directed actions, and accountability for those actions.

Formulating them mentally is not enough.


You can increase your success rate by up to 76% when you write your goals and your action/commitments and send a weekly progress on goals and actions to someone.

Matthews said...“My study provides empirical evidence for the effectiveness of three coaching tools: accountability, commitment, and writing down one’s goals.” 

increase your success up to 33%
by writing goals down and creating some accountability
increase your success up to 76%
when you write your goals and your action/commitments and send a weekly progress on goals and actions to someone.

A year from now you may wish you had started today.

Karen Lamb

On Gratitude

Acknowledge your accomplishments with gratitude for what you have created, started or done.

In a study on Gratitude the researchers found that a one time act of thoughtful gratitude produced an immediate 10% increase in happiness and 35% reduction in depressive symptoms, but the effects disappeared within six months and three months, respectively.

Further, instructing participants to write down three things that went well and their causes every night for one week had a long-lasting impact.

After one week, participants were 2% happier than before, but in follow-up tests, their happiness kept on increasing, from 5% at one month, to 9% at six months. All this, even though they were only instructed to journal for one week.

Participants enjoyed the exercise so much, that they just kept on doing it on their own. Gratitude for ones accomplishments has its benefits.


American Psychologist 2005 Martin Seligman, Tracy A. Steen, Nansook Park, Christopher Peterson

Come, come, whoever you are. Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. It doesn’t matter. Ours is not a caravan of despair. come, even if you have broken your vows a thousand times. Come, yet again , come , come.


Reflection, Completion and Setting Your Path

Take a moment to reflect and complete the exercise to powerfully complete the year.

The more thought and care in identifying and distinguishing your insights and learnings the more easily you'll preserve them. Copy and keep them in a notebook, journal or 'playbook'.  

Most people find it harder to acknowledge their accomplishment than to find fault with themselves. A remnant of social and personal context over years. Taking time to redress this by acknowledging accomplishment creates a healthy view and sets the scene for what is next.

Defining your path dramatically increases the ability to act intentionally and strategically, therefore powerfully. Writing down your intentions for the coming year sets your feet and mind right with the opportunity.

Once you have completed the form below, we will send you a copy of the form and re-send it a few more times through the coming year to remind you.

We all get busy and our focus can be on the day to day stuff. Getting a reminder of our intentions allows us to recalibrate and keep moving consistently with our best ideals and values.

End of Year Wrap up
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Top 3 insights and learnings this year

In order of impact or importance