Can you believe that we are three and a bit weeks away from starting a brand new decade?!
My hope for you is that, amongst the craziness of the silly season, you’ll have a chance to carve out some time to reflect on the year you’ve had – the lessons learnt, the insights gained, and the old ways of thinking and doing you will be leaving behind as the beautiful 2020 begins.
Last week we talked about reframing the way we think about failure and the practical things you can do to take mindful risks so you can keep moving forward in your business.
If you want to know my tips for building confidence in the face of business uncertainty, you can now read them here.
Today, as promised, I’m sharing with you one of my favourite end-of-year self-reflection exercises.
You see, when entrepreneurial life moves at the speed of light, it can be easy to miss or to forget the valuable lessons we learn as we try different things to build and grow our businesses.
Without pausing to reflect, you risk repeating the same mistakes over and over again…
But by pausing to consider and to document your progress, you can not only create a beautiful record of your growth as a business owner, but also have a reminder of the traps to avoid as you forge ahead.
The worksheet above is designed to help you take a step back and reflect on the year you’ve had, so you can begin this new decade with the clarity you need to stay in alignment with the vision of the business you want to have.
Hi, I’m Natalie and my mission is to help you build a healthy business you love!
As a Mindset & Resilience Coach, I help women overcome limiting beliefs and build resilience to the psychological demands of building a fulfilling, purpose-driven business.