Wise people not only plan with purpose, but they intentionally plan time for personal reflection. I'm convinced the tool of reflecting is my greatest resource for personal growth. I like to take time at the end of every week to reflect on how I spent my time, moved toward my goals, and changed for the better.
I challenge you to create your own personal checklist for reflection. Evaluate yourself with honesty and intention, create a plan to tweak what didn't work and take time to do more of what did work.
10 Reflection Questions
Here's a glimpse into my personal reflection questions to get you jumpstarted thinking about your own. You can check out the snapshot here.
- Did I accomplish my goals?
- Did I avoid my time wasters?
- What books did I read?
- Am I pleased with how I invested my time?
- Did I respond well under pressure?
- What did I learn?
- What lie did I battle? What truth did I battle it with?
- What am I thankful for?
- What new idea did I have?
- Did I plan the weekend attack?