Every year around this time you'll find me alone in a cabin in the woods.
The reason is I like to take a day or two, clear space in my calendar, and plan the year ahead.
The goal is to get perspective on where I've been, recenter myself on where I'd like to go, and then use the resulting high-altitude perspective to plan out the route I'll take for this next year.
I’ve refined this process over the last few years and it's incredibly useful for me. I'd love for you to try it out and let me know how it goes.
So here goes:
What you’ll need: blank white paper, pencil, pen, colored markers or pencils, tape, a stapler, a file folder, your preferred journaling system (either digital or paper), and any notes from previous “Year In Review”s.
Here are the ten steps: ...Read More