We recently lost a good friend – a young guy who was a member at our racetrack. I just loved the guy – one of the happiest people you’d ever meet.
These big events – the birth of a new child in the family, a marriage, a loss or tragedy – cause us to stop and reflect and, perhaps, reset and make changes that better serve our Work, Self and Life.
Sometimes we reflect by talking to family during dinner, when catching up with friends, meeting with our financial planner, or the doctor for a checkup.
I reflect almost daily when I write.
I don’t think you can underestimate the importance of reflection. So, maybe we need to reflect and reset on a regular basis as a discipline – such as on a quarterly basis, when we review how we’re doing in our world.
- What are your mechanisms to reflect and reset your plans?
- If you haven’t done a quarterly reset for your goals, here’s a tool to help you through the process.
- How can you make the next week, month, quarter year better, more fulfilling and more rewarding?
Hear more about the importance of regular reflection and reset in this episode of The Growth Whisperers podcast.
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