Reflection is as Powerful as Visualization

When you look back and study your experiences you become more attuned with what you want for the next ones you are creating. Peter Rachleff said, “I study history because I am interested in the future.” Most people don’t take the time to pause and notice the patterns of life and they miss opportunities to become better and live a richer, more fulfilled life. Three great questions to ask yourself after an event or experience. What went great? What did I learn? What can I do better?

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