Deliberate Reflection

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For you to improve: you need to ask yourself some basic questions of yourself and give yourself some honest feedback.

Resist telling yourself “I know”, “I know”. Take deliberate action to write down your feelings.

Feedback occurs when outputs of effort are routed back to inputs.

This is the way a thermostat work to heat when it’s too cold or cool when it’s too hot.

Use a composition book and answer the questions below. Add emotion and feeling to supercharge your reflection. Use word that involve seeing, hearing, and feeling as you write. This is a writing exercise not a thought exercise. Take action.

  • What did I learn about myself?
  • What can I do better or differently?
  • How can I use my time more effectively?

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