A List Of Questions & Exercises For Reviewing Your Year

post by Krishaan Khubchand (krishaan-khubchand) · 2017-12-29T12:59:04.445Z · score: 41 (16 votes) · LW · GW · 3 comments

Contents

  Looking at the stuff that has shapes you over the last year:
  Learning from the good times and the bad times:
  Comparing Reality to Intentions:

As the year comes to an end, I thought it might be useful to share some questions that might help with reviewing your past year.

This is an adapted post, based on what I have written here.

And, I've put together an interactive suite so you can answer the questions in a more frictionless way. It's on PH right now. I hope the exercise increases your utilotons.

Before starting, here are a few reasons why reflecting on your year might be a good idea:

I struggled with clearly categorising the questions, but here's my attempt nonetheless.

Looking at the stuff that has shapes you over the last year:

365 days is a long time. The purpose of these questions is to become more aware of the experiences and ideas that have influenced you and the person you’ve become in the last year.

Learning from the good times and the bad times:

Comparing Reality to Intentions:

That's it. Once again, I've made a neat tool for answering these questions in an interactive way, so it might be worth trying it.

Also, this is my first post here, so any feedback would be great. I've been thinking of sharing some summaries/reviews of books/articles clustered around certain topics IE history, psychology etc. Would that be okay?

All the best for the year ahead BTW :D

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comment by yagudin · 2018-01-01T12:09:22.665Z · score: 22 (6 votes) · LW · GW

See also: the guide by Alex Vermeer is fruitful for reviewing the past and planning the following years in an analytical and systematic way.

comment by habryka (habryka4) · 2017-12-30T02:01:18.412Z · score: 13 (3 votes) · LW · GW

Summaries and reviews of books and articles are definitely welcome! And you can always just leave them on your personal blog, where you can post practically whatever you want.

comment by Krishaan Khubchand (krishaan-khubchand) · 2017-12-31T18:37:25.960Z · score: 3 (1 votes) · LW · GW

Sweet! I look forward to learning w/the LW community over the next year.