TIME TO R.E.F.L.E.C.T
POWERFUL QUESTIONS FOR SELF-REFLECTION
As we are getting closer to the end of the year, it is time to press the PAUSE button, sit back, take a deep breath, relax and start reflecting on your 2018 experience. Let’s get you ready for 2019, let’s exploit your learning and deepen your self-awareness.
Are you ready?
Revisit your plan and look at how you did against the goals you set. Ask yourself
Have I achieved my goals?
Reflect on your relationships, how well did you maintain or form new relationships
How engaged was I with colleagues, friends and family members?
Reflect on your 2018, how happy, meaningful and fulfilling was your year
How meaningful was your year?
Let go of habits, behaviours and patterns of thoughts that don’t serve you anymore. Reflect on the way you conducted yourself and ask
How did it bring me closer to my goals?
Embrace your 2018 experience, reflect on your learning curve
What did I learn through this year?
Cultivate your inner champion and your positive emotions. Ask yourself
Which voice did I listen to more often, was it my inner champion or my inner critique?
Look back at your 2018 and reflect on what do you value the most
What do you appreciate the most about your year?
As you embark on setting your goals and intentions for 2019, connect first with who you are at your core, remember what matters the most to you, think of what energizes you, what inspires you and what keeps you going forward in life. Align your 2019 goals, priorities, choices and actions with what really adds meanings to your life!
About the Author
As Executive Director of Resilience & Co FZE, Nada El Marji is responsible for setting the company’s overall strategic directions, including planning and defining the strategy, development, and evolution of R&CO’s portfolio of services and programs.
She has more than 20 years of global experience in various industries and technologies.
Given her life and professional experience, she’s particularly passionate about building the resilience of individuals, organizations and communities, enabling them to thrive and not just to survive during VUCA times.
Ms El Marji holds an MBA degree from Leicester University in the UK, she's also a Certified Leadership Coach, Certified Systemic Team Coach and Associate Certified Coach (ACC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF).