Take a step back and look at your life, but look at it with spiritual eyes with this verse in mind, Philippians 2:13 for it is God who is at work in you, both to will and to do for His good pleasure.
The at work in this verse is in the present tense, which means His work in us, in our inner man, is an ongoing activity. The active voice in this verb means that it is God who initiates the action, who is responsible for the activity. So we see that God has initiated an ongoing activity in our life in order to accomplish His good pleasure in our life.
So, can you see where God is working in you, or has been working in you over a period of time? Can you see where He is developing godly character, and where He is polishing a facet of the diamond of Christlikeness in you so that it will shine more brightly? Can you see where He is busy rooting out and destroying entrenched sin? Can you see where He is transforming your mind to think more like Him and think of Him more; and replacing the false with the true? Can you see where He is changing the way you view life, others, and yourself? Can you see where He is weaving the thread of godliness more and more into the the fabric of your character?
The great work of salvation never stops. The gospel constantly bears its fruit in us, reproducing the life of Christ in us. So take a step back and look at what God is busy doing in you, and offer up a prayer of gratitude that He is busy working His good pleasure in you so that you will be able to please Him all the more.