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How to make self-reflection more doable

February 14, 2022
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In one of my past blogs, I talked about how the prerequisite for showing up as your best self consistently is having a regular reflection practice.

Taking the time to ask yourself the following on a regular basis:

💡 What went well?

💡 What didn’t go so well?

💡 What am I going to continue / start / stop doing going forward?

Sounds easy, right? Not quite. Doing it on your own requires a great deal of self-discipline. Doing it with a coach on an ongoing basis can be expensive.

A quote to keep in mind

“If you want to go fast, go alone; but if you want to go far, go together.”

– African proverb

How to make self-reflection more doable

A very under-utilised way of developing a regular reflection practice is by leveraging the power of peer coaching – two people who relate to, inspire and motivate each other getting together on a regular basis to share their reflections.

There are a few hurdles to setting it up, but the benefits are boundless!

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Mica Vaipan

Performance & wellbeing coach, entrepreneur. Formerly startup founder, tech startup COO and investment banker.

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