When accomplishments feel incomplete, it’s hard to celebrate your wins. But to move forward you must let go of the disappointment and feel the pride.
Nobody would blame you for wanting to get 2020 out of the way to focus on what’s next. But this year, more than ever, you need to do a year-end review to find the light in 2020.
When all is said and done, what you choose to remember from the year will shape you for years to come.
What do you actually review during an annual review? Here is part 1 of my process.
The desire to get a head start on the new year is tempting. But what you miss in your jump start could set you back when it counts most.
If you can’t count it or put it on a spreadsheet, does it count as an achievement? We get so wrapped up in managing, tracking, and measuring, but often, what matters most cannot be measured.
This is Part 1 in a series sharing some of my 2017 reflections. Each year I choose 3 words to guide my year. A look at how my 2017 words held up, and what they gave me.