Self-Reflection & Goal Mapping Toolkit – Year Compass, Passion Roadmap & End of Year Reflection
Self-Reflection & Goal Mapping Toolkit - Year Compass, Passion Roadmap & End of Year Reflections

Year Compass 2021 – 2022

My favourite exercise but it’s can be lengthy and “painful”. I send this to all my close friends and encourage them to do this. You have to dig deep and spend a long time in the right environment and frame of my mind. My suggestion is to do it over 1-3 days, uninterrupted and without your phones or work.

Another pro tip: Get an accountability buddy and check in every quarter. I have 2 buddies to review the quarter, see where I fall short and how I can make the next quarter better. Good luck! πŸ™‚

“What Is YearCompass?
YearCompass is a free booklet that helps you reflect on the year and plan the next one. With a set of carefully selected questions and exercises, YearCompass helps you uncover your own patterns and design the ideal year for yourself.

Learn from your mistakes, celebrate your victories, and set out a path you want to walk on. All you need is a quiet few hours and our booklet. New year’s resolutions don’t work. YearCompass doesβ€” for more than a million people around the world since 2012. Join us and design your ideal self!”

Download here: YearCompass A4 Booklet |Β  YearCompass A5 Booklet

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Passion Roadmap

Interesting exercise. I did this and found it really helpful. To find out what really matters to you in 3 months, 1 year, 3 years & lifetime. Select which goal is the most important (or that you are most passionate about). After that, to create a plan to achieve those selected goals in SMART ways.

Download here: Passion Roadmap

End of the Year Reflection

I do this quarterly instead of EOY to see how I fare and as a check-in of what I am missing.

Download here: End of the Year Reflections


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