This was before you could drive hard for one 12 hour day and get from our home in SE Michigan all the way to Rockingham County Virginia. It used to take us 2 days to drive that route.
Share97 Shares As the year ends, it can be a great time to look back at what you accomplished in the past 12 months. It is a good time to reflect on where you have been.
As well, plot where you are going in the future.
So, how was your year? And where do you want to go in the next one? How Was Your Year? The end of the year is a natural pause point to access your progress.
Where you have been, what you accomplished, and what you might do differently. Additionally, you need to chart a course for your future goals. I recommend you get out your trusty Moleskine notebookor open your app of choice, to write down your answers to these reflection questions. Where did you succeed?
What were your wins? Celebrating even the small wins is important. Remember the times you were on top of your game. What did you enjoy most? Make sure you are enjoying the journey today. If not, maybe it is time for a change in job, career, or relationship.
Where did you fail? If you want to move forward, you must be honest about where you were not successful. What regrets do you have?
Where do you wish you had spent more time doing? These questions can be painful to answer, but they can help you remedy them in the future. What lessons did you learn? What lessons did life teach you in the past year?
Understanding them will help you grow and be ready for similar situations in the future. What will you do differently?
The one thing you can control is yourself. What will you do differently in the coming year? Your attitude is a choice, make sure you choose a good one. What is the status of your goals?
Did you reach them? Review each of your large goals and determine their status.“Reflect upon your present blessings -- of which every man has many -- not on your past misfortunes, of which all men have some.” ― Charles Dickens, A Christmas Carol and Other Christmas Writings.
May 14, · Reflections from the past 3 years This week marks three years since I began my role as the high school principal at Redbank Valley. Many things have changed since I arrived 3 years ago, but one thing has remained.
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