Year in review: How did you measure up?
Dec 01, 2004
Ditzler recommends that you consider your accomplishments first. Spend one to three hours considering what you accomplished, what your biggest disappointments were, and what you learned for each month of the last year. To help jog your memory, use your work calendar or daily planner.
Next, analyze your disappointments. For each disappointment, think through what you learned from the experience. This exercise will help you learn how to improve for the coming year, and give you confidence in what you did well, Ditzler says.