Saw this and thought it was a great way to do your resolutions. Rather than focus so much on your goals, look also at what you've accomplished.
Start with a self assessment of the ending year - Here are the questions to ask yourself.
Reflect on the past year and think of 10 major accomplishments, successes, areas of progress or positive events that occurred for you during 2010 (Business or Personal).
What are some of the best decisions you made in 2010? What made them good decisions?
What are some of the biggest risks you took in 2010? How did taking these risks serve you?
List 3 people who had a positive impact on your life in 2010. What did they do and how did it benefit you?
What important lessons or principles did you learn during 2010? What makes them valuable for you?
List 3 areas in which you have grown during 2010. How does this development serve you?
What are your 5 most significant goals in the coming year?
This should start your goal setting process for 2011!