I've never been much of a fan of New Year's resolutions – they seem all too often pro forma and doomed to failure. But I am a big fan, as you know of reflecting deeply and accurately on your current state and then envisioning the future you want to create for yourself, given where you are now.
Here's a great blog post about how to do that regarding your future. The author, Matthew E. May, starts by encouraging readers to ask the question "Am I making the most of what I have to offer the world?" then offers 12 things to ask yourself to help assess where you are relative to that question.
This post makes me want to read his new book (In pursuit of Elegance) – I found his thinking provocative and useful, and hope you do, too.