Maybe it will inspire you to make your own list or adopt things from this one as your own. I hope 2011 is a remarkable year for you!
My "What to Consider in 2011" list for progress:
Clearly understand that failure is an event, not a person; that yesterday ended last night, and today is a brand-new day.
Make friends with the past, focus on the present, and be optimistic about the future.
Know that success (a win) doesn’t make you, and failure (a loss) doesn’t break you.
Be filled with faith, hope, and love; and live without anger, greed, guilt, envy, or thoughts of revenge.
Be mature enough to delay gratification and shift focus from my rights to my responsibilities.
Know that failure to stand for what is morally right is the prelude to being the victim of what is criminally wrong.
Be secure in who you are, so you are at peace with God and in fellowship with man.
Make friends of adversaries, and try and gain the love and respect of those who know you best.
Understand that others can give you pleasure, but genuine happiness comes when you do things for others.
Be pleasant to the grouch, courteous to the rude, and generous to the needy.
Love the unlovable, give hope to the hopeless, friendship to the friendless, and encouragement to the discouraged.
Look back in forgiveness, forward in hope, down in compassion, and up with gratitude.
Know that “he who would be greatest among you must become the servant of all.”
Recognize, confess, develop, and use your God-given physical, mental, and spiritual abilities to the glory of God and for the benefit of mankind.