Emotions will hang around. Our ego can bolster negative worries or anxieties for longer than we’d like. Opinions or statements from friends, family or colleagues can haunt us badly. Worrying about the coming year can magnify existing concerns. Not all our thoughts and emotions can tally up as neatly as we like to arrange them in a book or journal.
This is where ceremonies and ritualised methods of purging thoughts can play a quick and effective role in calming our thoughts and finding more focus.
The review structures in Trigg form a key element of our process and beliefs. We have come to understand that setting carefully considered intentions before living mindfully then reflecting and reviewing in a significant manner can bring about much needed balance, calm and growth.
What would you focus on if you have 24 hours or just one hour left?
Focus. Pay attention. Listen up. Because you have 8 seconds until you get distracted after reading this, according to a 2015 Microsoft study on human attention-spans.
Where the Annual Personal Forecast meets the Annual Review we find a vivid crossroads of recollection and intention. These two activities are kindred and symbiotic bedfellows that drive each other onwards.