Reflecting is good for us — whether it’s tracking our progress on goals or taking note of what we’ve learned, reflecting regularly helps us refocus and better understand ourselves.
In this post, Belle B. Cooper looks at three forms of regular reflection and how to implement them: Weekly, monthly and annual reviews.
My 2016 Personal Retrospective (And 2017 Action Plan)
A one-hour exercise to help you celebrate your biggest wins, identify your biggest opportunities, and dominate the new year.
The End of Year Review and Planning Process Every Small Business and Online Entrepreneur Should Follow
Most entrepreneurs simply don’t review our past work and we’re leaving money on the table. There’s a simple process every small business and founder should follow to review the past year and plan the next year. There’s simply so much to glean from this process,
In the rest of this post Barrett Brooks share this foundational review and plan process.
The Right Way To Review 2016 (And No. I Won’t Ask You To Describe Your Year In One Word)
When someone says describe 2016 in one word, the only right response is: “Lol. Shut up.” And then, do this instead…
Your Epic End-of-Year Blog Audit Checklist: Where You’ve Been and Where You’re Headed!
The best way to look over all you’ve done and gather your thoughts about where you’d rather be next year is to go through your blog and social media and audit your performance. What went right (and how can you replicate that)? What went wrong? Stacey Roberts, editor of Problogger, has a great checklist.