Guide for an “End of Year Reflection”

Dec 29, 2021

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This tool, created by Arrow Leadership, was shared with us by a CLDI friend, Steve Moses. We found it very valuable so we wanted to pass it along to you!

“Taking time for reflection is a critical practice. Reflection fosters learning, stimulates growth, calls for course corrections, identifies priorities and renews focus and energy. At the end of another challenging year, it is even more important to carve out quiet space to listen to God and reflect. To maximize this experience, set aside an hour. Find a quiet space. Bring a journal or paper and pen. (Note: You can also do this exercise as a family, a small group or team. Share the instructions and give people a set time to
complete each section or the entire exercise. Regroup at the end and review the debrief exercise).”


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