37: Reflections & Looking Forward

Reflections and Looking ForwardWe are in the home stretch of 2020, and for me, this time of year means doing some year-end reflection work. I know that this is a time when many people start setting new goals and resolutions for the coming year, but I want to share the importance of first reflecting back on the year ending, and I’m sharing my process so you can do it along with me. 

There is so much valuable information available to us when we take the time to investigate our accomplishments, as well as what maybe didn’t go quite as planned. And so today, I’m guiding you in getting really clear about everything you’ve done, good and bad, so you can take credit and responsibility for all of your results. 

Join me on the podcast this week as I share my three-part, year-end reflection exercise with you. I’m breaking each step down and offering some of my own examples from this year to get you started, and I hope you have as much fun doing this as I do!

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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:

  • My three-part year-end reflection exercise. 
  • Why it’s so important to reflect on what went well this year and what you’ve created. 
  • My own reflections on what went well for me and what didn’t go so well this year. 
  • How beating yourself up for what you didn’t accomplish isn’t helpful.

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