Reflection is vital to learning, growing, and success.
It works hand-in-hand with action, a constant cycle of doing followed by observing and evaluating our work, our relationships, and the choices we make.
We all know it’s true.
But so often, we get caught up in the doing part - creating, teaching, and playing (especially at this time of year) - and don’t make time to stop and reflect.
But it’s so important, y’all.
Reflection is how we learn and grow as teachers, directors, musicians.
And, want to know a secret? It's not that hard.
Try this simple exercise. Jot down your answers to these questions:
- What's working well? What are you proud of?
- What’s not working? What can you improve?
This will take 5 minutes, or less and I can almost guarantee you’ll have more clarity, a better perspective, and a renewed sense of motivation to dive back into your work when you’re done.
Today, I'm taking a step back to reflect on my business goals, blog content, offerings, and ways I can serve you better.
And I'd love for you to be part of that process. (Think of it like a virtual coffee chat.)
Pull up a chair and tell me more about yourself and the work you do. What are your biggest challenges right now? What do you hope to improve in your teaching and ministry this year?
I want to create content that's helpful to you and I'd love to hear your thoughts and ideas for the future: What would you like to read about? What would help you in your ministry or teaching?
How can I serve you better?
Would you be willing to give me a few minutes of your time today? I’d love to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to complete this simple 5-minute survey. It’s anonymous, so please feel free to share your honest thoughts and feedback.
I can’t wait to hear from you!