14 End Of Year Reflection Questions.
2023 Finally comes to an end which means reflecting back on the year.
In this fast-paced world, taking a moment to introspect not only allows you to acknowledge your achievements but also helps you understand the challenges you’ve faced and the lessons you’ve learned throughout the year.
That’s why I’m sharing 14 end of year reflection questions so you can see how you did this year and what you would like to do in the upcoming year.
Do you know there are two kinds of people around this time-
1) Who are pretty excited for the new year, they worked pretty hard and achieved most (if not all) of their goals in the current year.
Overall they are pretty happy with what they did.
2) The second kind of people are those who knew what they wanted this year, but somehow they could not achieve that.
Maybe there’s very little progress but far away from where they would like to see themselves at the end of the year.
Even if you are the second one who did NOT accomplish what you wanted this, that does not mean you won’t ever.
It just means that you need to know what and how you need to plan and execute. Both are pretty different things.
There must be some reasons that might be holding you back from reaching your full potential (and you’ll know what that is if you use these questions to reflect on the year).
So, here are 14 end of year reflection questions for you to ask before January 1st.
Are you ready to start your new year as you’re starting a new chapter in your life?
Let’s get started, shall we?
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14 End Of Year Reflection Questions To Make The Next Year Your Best One
1) Have a look back at the goals. Ask yourself if you just set and forget about them? (It’s important to be honest with yourself).
2) What were my biggest achievements this year?
3) What was the most challenging thing I faced this year? What Did I learn from it?
4) What new skills or hobbies did I learn?
5) In what ways did I practice self-care?
6) What goals did I set but didn’t achieve, and why?
7) What was my biggest time-waster, and how can I cut it out?
8) What moments made me laugh and smile the most? How can I practice them more next year?
9) What is one thing I want to learn or achieve next year?
10) What negative habits or thoughts do I want to let go of? Ex: waking up early in the morning or stop fear of failure and start taking actions.
11) How did I take care of my physical health?
12) Was I able to manage my finaces wisely, if no then why?
13) Where did I spend most of my money?
14) How much savings do I have now? Is it enough for emergency situations? If not, what is my goal and how can I increase it next year?
How To Use These End Of Year Reflection Questions?
Answer These Questions
I’d definitely not recommend you to just answer these questions in your head.
Writing down answers is what I will recommend because answering them in your head will NOT give you the clarity you want to have.
Plus, having a written record allows you to revisit your reflections later, helping you track your progress over time.
When you review your written answers, pay attention to any repetitive emotions, or challenges.
For example, if you notice that you often mention feeling stressed about work, this could indicate a pattern.
Taking note of these patterns help you understand the root causes of your experiences.
It could highlight areas in your life where you need more support or areas where you excel.
Recognizing these patterns provides helpful insights so you can understand and solve them.
You also want to consider creating a personal growth plan to overcome those patterns.
Those were 14 end of year reflection questions to reflect on your life and make a necessary change to improve it.
There can’t be any better time than doing this at the end of the year.
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