A Powerful Review and Inspiring Dinner Conversation!

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So much happened last year! And maybe some stuff didn’t.

Did your life fall short of your 2017 resolutions?

Just as likely, last year may have surprised you, brought about interesting adventures, new people, gifts you haven’t fully recognized, challenges that forced you to grow, get smarter and to create greater freedom for yourself!

Life provides the blessings and prods your soul needs, not necessarily those your ego craves!

Before you go making 2018 resolutions, it’s enlightening and energizing to look at all that happened last year.

This can spark a really fun New Year’s Eve conversation too!!!
It’s a fun way to remember and review all that happened in 2017 with the people you love and to acknowledge just how much you all have grown!
This list of questions is from the Founder of Women on Fire, Debbie Phillips, that she developed with her husband Rob Berkley for their coaching clients. Both of them are amazing executive coaches from whom I have learned a lot!

Review of 2017

1. What was remarkable about the year?
2. Who came into your life this year? Who left?
3. What were your best accomplishments/achievements?
4. Favorite times/moments?
5. Biggest disappointment?
6. What was the single most significant event of the year?
7. How do you want next year to be different?

I will also be sending some tips on how to Harness The Law of Attraction while crafting your goals, but in the meantime, have some fun answering these questions with your pals tonight!

If you have decided to stay in and have a rejuvenating night with yourself, answer them on your own, and maybe share them with a friend tomorrow.

Your answers might surprise you!

So much love and joy this year!!!!

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lara riggio

Lara Riggio is an Energy Effect Coach, based in her Central Park Energy Center at Columbus Circle.  Her goal is to get your body’s energy, your intentions, and your actions into alignment, all supporting the same desired effect.