Tag Archives: self-development

10 Questions to Debrief the Year

What are questions that are helpful to you when concluding your goals, events and projects? Do you ever find yourself asking the same questions in the reflective process that eventually become a mainstay of your own personal debriefs? Or, perhaps you’re new to the self-reflective process and not sure where to start, what do you […]

Working It Out

Posting a little less regularly as of late as I have taken time for care giving to family members, self-development and inspiration research so that I may be able to share more here. It has been somewhat of a transformative period, taking new approaches to both professional and personal life. What I have come to […]

Strategies for Difficult Decisions

While some of us are decisive, others will avoid making decisions of any kind if they can help it. The majority of us land somewhere in between. The ease or challenge of selection often depends on current context and foreseeable outcomes, as well as interpretation of priorities, but even this ordering is a decision of […]

2014: Keeping It Simple

To get organized, as I have in past years, I started to brainstorm on my home office wall 2014 goals deduced from 2013 lessons. Imagine a rainbow of post-its in tree diagram form with one to three word points per categorized goal on all four walls of a room. Early on this exercise could take […]