The 10 questions you need to ask yourself to finish (not finish) the year

Use this season to evaluate what worked, leave behind what did not go as expected, and learn.

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The 10 questions you need to ask yourself to finish (not finish) the year
The 10 questions you need to ask yourself to finish (not finish) the year

By Eduardo Lan

At the end of it 2019 It is important that you count what this is year it brought you both the good and the bad. He end of year It’s a unique opportunity not only to celebrate, but also to see what worked and which people made it possible. Differentiate the missing things so that they will be there next time. and write down the lessons learned so that you can use them in the future. Essentially, it’s about ending the year, not just ending it.

And the thing is, quitting is not the same as quitting. The former is time based and involves stopping an activity, but not necessarily leaving it behind. When you finish something but don’t finish it, you often feel like something is missing. This feeling stays with you for a long time and robs you of peace of mind and energy.

What is seldom done is actually to be completed. This includes analyzing and speaking with your work team in person about what worked and what didn’t work during the year – in all of the projects you have been involved in.

The key is to move beyond what didn’t work, build on what worked, and create continuous learning that will give us the lessons learned and a plan for the future. This also increases the dynamism to move powerfully to the next steps. Through this exercise I can find out what worked and what was missing. So I can make relevant changes for this new year; In short, it gives me the space and the basis to create something.

I invite you to do it too: end the year and don’t just end it. Don’t waste the year-end event with a social gathering. It’s not that it’s not worth socializing, but it would be even better to take the time to have an in-depth conversation to wrap up the year. Ask yourself the following questions:

1. This year we’re done, what about everything you’ve done and is it worth it?

2. What successes have you achieved? What did you do to achieve such success?

3. Who made an important contribution to achieve them?

4. Who or who on your team do you want to recognize and why do you want to recognize them?

5. What did you miss to achieve more success?

6. What can you learn from this and what will you do differently next year?

7. What lessons did you learn?

8. What else do you need to say to be complete?

9. Can you declare the full year 2019?

10. What are you going to create for next year?

Happy 2020! What are you going to achieve this year?

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