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Conduct an annual review


Conduct an annual review


The end of the year provides a good occasion to reflect on what went well and what could have been improved. And to set priorities for the year ahead.

If you are looking for a template or set of prompts, here are five to check out:

For the past week I’ve been spending a half-hour each morning writing responses to prompts in The Ultimate Annual Review, created by Steve Schlafman.

Tara McMullin assembled this list of 30 Questions for Reviewing An Unusual Year.

A classic guide is Chris Guillebeau: How to Conduct Your Own Annual Review.

Hannah Braime, on her blog BecomingWhoYouAre, posted How to Do a Personal End-Of-Year Review

And Jay and Wendy Papasan offer the Kick Ass Guide To Your Couples Goal Setting Retreat, which you and your partner could easily spend a whole weekend working through