You’ve got just a few weeks left in the year. How did you go?
Personally, I love the end of the year. It’s a time to stop, look back and reflect on the year past (or life to date if you want get serious about it) and more importantly, adjust the sails to create your future.
Yes, the new year may be just another date in the calendar but I think it’s helpful to have milestones that trigger us to take a moment, step out of the day-to-day, and do some higher level thinking that might otherwise get missed in the bustle of day to day business.
Once again we’ve compiled some resources I believe will be helpful to you on your business quest.
And I guess this is as good a time as any to thank you for your readership over the past year. I know your time is valuable and you get inundated with email, so the fact that you carve some of that time out for Business Nutrition puts a smile on my dial.
All the best to you for the remaining few weeks of 2017, and I look forward to checking in with some more cool and useful stuff in 2018.
P.S. I’d love to hear what you think of the questions I posted in the blog below. #4 was very insightful for me.
8 Critical Questions About Your Business You Need to Ask Before 2018
Here’s how I reflected this year. A reasonably straightforward read from our blog (at least I think so )
A 5 Minute Reflection Soundbite
This is a great short audio that prompts some different ways and things to consider during reflection. It can be a good idea to do your reflecting with the key people in your life. Have a listen to this and set some time aside to really get into it.
Making Room for Reflection
A little more of a left-brained approach than the one above, this HBR article again guides us through some different approaches for reflection.
It argues, that reflection should not just be an end of year exercise …
Book: ‘Principles’ by Ray Dalio
It’s not often the Ray Dalio’s of the world come along. And it’s very rare they share their best thinking with the world.
Ray has a long line of admires the likes of Bill Gates, Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington and Reed Hastings to name a few. You could say he’s earned his stripes.
You can also view his TED talk here
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