As the year comes to a close, it’s always a great idea to do a year-end review.
In episode #16 of the Liberator Podcast, Jeremie and Steve come to you from their strategic review and planning week with questions that you can use in your own year-end review process.
December is upon us. It’s the close of one year and the start of another. We love that this time of year gives us the chance to reflect and start fresh both personally and in our businesses. We can use this time to make the needed changes that will not only help us end this year strong but also start the new one with forward momentum.
Here are 7 Questions for Your Year-End Review
- Which words would you use to describe your year?
- Analyze your meetings from this past year – how would you rank them?
- How would you rank your travel / time away this year?
- How can you be more intentional with putting rest into your calendar?
- What would it look like for you to be intentional for each of the 5 Circles of Influence?
- Self, Family, Team, Organization, and Community
- What is your theme or “One Word” for the next year for yourself? Your family?
- Who are 1 – 3 people that you need reconciliation with?
Give up being accidental. Stop the accidental living. When you get to a level of being intentional, you act and live differently. It’s harder to live intentionally, but the results and lifestyle are much better.
The process of finishing well is so healthy. Make sure you give yourself enough time to do a quality year-end review.
Can you start the planning process before the holiday busyness? Don’t let your chance slip by. Take time to look back so that you can build the momentum needed to look forward.