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    #18: What ONE word or sentence will be your theme for 2019?

    Link: 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 In the last weeks of December, I’ll be answering 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 that I wrote in my previous post. I hope this series inspires you to look at your life, career, family and relationship, and to reflect and plan for an awesome 2019. Let’s go. Question 17: What are your top 10 goals for 2019? I divide life into ten categories and set a major goal for each one. You can use the template below as a guide. I’m quite unrealistic in dreaming big goals. Last year under the “Finance” category, I wrote that I…

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    #16: What are 5 powerful habits that you must develop in 2019?

    Link: 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 In the last weeks of December, I’ll be answering 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 that I wrote in my previous post. I hope this series inspires you to look at your life, career, family and relationship, and to reflect and plan for an awesome 2019. Let’s go. Question 16: What are 5 powerful habits that you must develop in 2019? 1. Daily planning Scheduling and planning is crucial for people who aren’t organized, like me. In the past years, I’d tried different systems such as the Google Calendar, Trello, or the Bullet Journal. There’re pros and…

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    #5: What was the smartest decision you made?

    Link: 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 In these last weeks of December, I’ll be answering 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 that I wrote in my previous post. I hope this series inspires you to look at your life, career, family and relationship, and to reflect and plan for an awesome 2019. Let’s go. Question 5: What was the smartest decision you made? The best decision I made was to change the way I work. I invested in gadgets that make me work more efficiently. This change was inspired by my partner who’s more organised and tech-savvy than me. I realize that I wasted…

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    #3: What were the top 10 lessons you learned?

    Link: 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 In these last weeks of December, I’ll be answering 18 questions for an incredible review of your 2018 that I wrote in my previous post. I hope this series inspires you to look at your life, career, family and relationship, and to reflect and plan for an awesome 2019. Let’s go. Question 3: What were the top 10 lessons you learned? Speak up for myself. If I didn’t learn to do it, I’d be somebody’s puppet, without a voice and opinion in things. You’re either on the table or on the menu. I highly recommend the book Lean In by Sheryl Sandberg. Separate reality…