End of year: It’s time to reflect and start anew

/End of year: It’s time to reflect and start anew

End of year: It’s time to reflect and start anew

End of year reflection can help anyone who wants to be your best in business or in life. These 12 questions help you build self-awareness to set and achieve meaningful goals.

Read the full article at: www.theglobeandmail.com

The end of any year is a meaningful time. It one of the few occasions, like birthdays and anniversaries, when we’re able to compartmentalize time and clearly mark its passage. Like crossing a street, it is a time we look both ways. We note past events that distinguish this year from the others – the birth of a child, a move to a new city, a marriage or divorce, or a job change. We reflect on the future – what we would like to happen in our lives. And we make the plans that move us closer to our dreams.

Or do we? The holiday rush – gifts, parties, pressures, obligations, traffic, frantic New Year celebrations, time with the kids and grandparents, time with friends, time with each other – then back to work. But, what about time for ourselves? When do we reflect, ponder, evaluate and set our goals?

Eileen Chadnick in her 2015 piece in The Globe and Mail offers 12 questions we can ask ourselves as a guide for self-reflection. “Whether you are in a leadership role, an aspiring leader or you just want to be your best in work and life, the habit of reflection can build self-awareness, efficacy and resilience and, if done right, it can help you establish and achieve more meaningful goals…I encourage you to take the time with these questions over several sittings. Let your thoughts percolate and stay with the questions…”

Self-awareness, efficacy, resilience and more meaningful goals. Sounds like it’s worth our attention.

We at Expressworks hope 2018 becomes the year you want it to be.


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About the Author:

Marsha Caldwell
Marsha Caldwell enjoys helping clients envision, lead and implement change that benefits the business and provides employees with opportunities to do meaningful, creative work. She believes clarity and clear, consistent messaging are a vital part of the journey to sustainable change. Marsha spends a good bit of her time looking for the “perfect” word and trying not to take herself too seriously.

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