Mid-Year Questions to Ask Yourself

Time for a mid-year check in.

To start, here are three questions to ask yourself:

  • What did you accomplish? Reflect back on everything you did over the last 6-months and identify what you are most proud of.
  • What didn’t you achieve that is still important? Note those things that remain a priority and recommit to moving them forward.
  • What did you learn? Conscious awareness is an acquired leadership skill. 

Self-reflection is a vital leadership skill.

Looking forward, what advice would you give yourself? 

  • What should you start doing? 
  • What should you stop doing?
  • What should you experiment with?

Give this some thought. Take your time. Reflective thinking provides valuable insight.

As a leader, you have a responsibility to ignite change by implementing small adjustments to daily routines that will help you, and your team, chip away at the results you desire. 

Every small and seemingly insignificant adjustment you implement will compound itself over time if you stick with it—but you have to stick with it.

Mark today’s date as a NEW beginning.

I invite you to think about where you are, who you want to be, and what you want to accomplish.  

What small course adjustments can you and your team make—this week—that will set the tone for the months ahead?

Need help? Contact me! In the meantime, tune into this week’s episode of the Getting Results podcast E65: Better Choices, Better Outcomes. In this episode, I share a lightweight and simple framework to make more effective decisions.

Check it out: It’s available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcast, Spotify, and others.