Plan Your Best Year Ever! (Hint: It’s Already In Your Calendar!)

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I just love a great thought exercise and @timferriss brought us a great one for the video today. You can read his entry about the Year In Review on his channel's community tab:

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CHAPTERS:
0:00 New Year Excitement
1:35 Year In Review Exercise
3:30 How To Handle the NEGATIVES
4:40 Leaning Into the POSITIVES
5:27 The 20% Rule
7:35 Create Your Best Year Ever

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  • @AmyTV says:

    The countdown is on! You’re going to LOVE this simple year-in-review exercise to get you focused on what’s in your power right now to have the best year ever! What did you learn from your review? ⬇⬇⬇

  • @julie61805 says:

    Omg – first! πŸŽ‰ Happy New Year, everyone!

  • @e-genieclimatique says:

    in brief: The video is a guide on how to review the past year and plan for a better upcoming year.
    1. **Introduction**: Amy Landino introduces the concept of using a year in review exercise to plan for a better year ahead. She credits Tim Ferriss for the idea and emphasizes the importance of reflecting on the past year.

    2. **Year in Review Exercise**: Amy guides viewers through a simple exercise:
    – Divide a sheet of paper into positive and negative columns.
    – Review the past year week by week using your calendar.
    – Note down events, activities, or people that triggered positive feelings in the positive column and those that triggered negative feelings in the negative column.

    3. **Analyzing the Lists**:
    – **Negative List**: This becomes your ‘not to do list’. Amy suggests keeping this list visible in the early weeks of the new year to remind yourself of things to avoid.
    – **Positive List**: Identify the top 20% of items that brought the most joy or were most impactful. These are the experiences to focus on and replicate in the new year.

    4. **Planning for the New Year**:
    – Amy advises proactively scheduling activities that brought joy in the past year.
    – She emphasizes the importance of saying no to things that don’t align with your priorities and focusing on what truly brings happiness.
    – The idea is to fill your calendar with more of what made you happy in the past year, rather than just trying new things.

    5. **Conclusion**: Amy concludes by encouraging viewers to trust their experiences and feelings from the past year to guide their decisions for the new year. She stresses the importance of leaning into positive experiences to create the best year ever.

    Throughout the video, Amy shares personal examples and emphasizes the importance of reflection and proactive planning based on past experiences to achieve a fulfilling and joyful new year.gpt4

  • @jenw1116 says:

    Love this! Such a good idea to make it a “not to do list,” and then planning in the top 20% of good things you want to happen..

    Would this sort of thing be good to do quarterly or would that be too much?

    • @AmyTV says:

      Maybe you can reflect on your Not-To-Do list and your top 20% happy list quarterly to see how well you’re doing, but don’t make it yet another unneccessary appointment. Feels good to do this annually unless you’re sure you need to sit yourself down and correct that you’re already giving away too much joy.

  • @Genxjanna says:

    Remember you never need an explanation to say no!

  • @sarahrettell88 says:

    The table set up is making me So Very Happy 🀩🀩🀩 Bling Bling need to get me some sparkly streamers to write upon my table πŸ˜„πŸ€©πŸ₯³πŸ₯³πŸ₯³

  • @kristimoore8763 says:

    Your timing is impeccable. I’ve had a running list going all day today – a list of things I enjoy and need to do more of in 2024. πŸ™‚

  • @sarahrettell88 says:

    Woah~~~ anyone else get to the end of the video ….. and had to rewind to see if we missed the ending line??
    I was multitasking so my eye balsa were not on the screen~ had to rewind.
    Beautiful ending note must say πŸ’˜ But it had me at a pause
    Excellent video! So many πŸ’Ž s

  • @elsiezurob2880 says:

    This exercise is so useful. I’m gonna implement it during 2024 <3

  • @moonlight3623 says:

    I was waiting for this!

  • @thomasanders1314 says:

    I know it might sound too simple, but after all these years, I still go with the flow.:) (and it works for me)

  • @markestrada8741 says:

    Girl, I love the concept of this video. Much more excited for 2024 with this insight! 2023 I discovered your channel so you’re definitely on the positive list !

  • @monicav157 says:

    Great video. Very helpful. Thanks.

  • @mpullen5887 says:

    What a great idea. I love sitting with the positives more. Definitely going to do this for 2024. Thanks!

  • @diverstalent says:

    Thanks

  • @KatlynDuncanAuthor says:

    Ouu this was a great exercise! I love cutting negative crap from my life haha. Also, re: Broadway shows, the Bushnell in Hartford is killing it with their Broadway series! Might be worth a look 😊

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