As you're wrapping up work for this year, your thoughts may start shifting to the new year and what you hope to accomplish in the year ahead.
But before this year is a distant memory, carve out as little as 10 minutes for some self-reflection. This will help you begin the new year with more clarity and purpose. Here are a few questions to guide you.
What was the biggest lesson you learned in the past year?
What did you learn about your leadership this year, whether it was through your own action or that of other leaders?
What do you want to take forward into next year?
What do you want to leave behind?
This week, take a few minutes to jot down your own answers so that you can go into the new year with more purpose and clarity. I also invite you to explore our products and services that can help you meet any goals you set for the new year. From books to audio training to executive coaching, you’ll find powerful ways to invest in your own success.