We’re right in the middle of the year. It’s a great time to assess how we’ve spent the past 5 months of 2020 and how we can improve for the better and make the most out of the remaining days of the year. To help with your own half year review, grab some pen and paper or be ready to jot down notes on your computer or mobile phone. Take some time to write down your answers to the following questions:
How did you do? Was it time well spent? If you find yourself feeling accomplished and good about how you’ve spent your time so far, that’s great! Congratulations on your efforts! On the other hand, if you feel you haven’t achieved enough or fallen short in some areas, don’t feel let down.
The great thing about doing half year reviews is that you can always make changes midway through the year and you know you still have a lot of time left to re-focus your energy on your personal goals and growth. You know you can always start now, make some improvements in how you spend your time and approach the year with more motivation.
We wish you good luck on the rest of 2020! We know you can do it!
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” – Arthur Ashe
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