2020 may have been tough, but there were still good things to take away. You get to choose: what are you taking with you into the new year?
Or, the story of how I ended up in Panama on 4 days notice?
Even if you don’t want to reflect on last year, designing this year’s annual reflection process now will shape how you live this year.
The story we tell about events in the past is shaped by the things that we experienced after that event and by what’s happening now.
Noticing what you notice is a skill that helps expand self-awareness. This is how I use my annual review to cultivate this skill as a habit.
What do you actually review during an annual review? Here is part 1 of my process.
The hardest part of any process is to start. Just like in a workout, it helps to have a warm-up, or a priming ritual, to get you into the proper state for what you’re about to do.