Every year at the end of the year I assess what happened during the year, what I accomplished, what goals I achieved, what continuing education I participated for myself, how many new clients hired me this year, articles I wrote, and so on.
I have examined my records and can report the following accomplishments.
- Workshops: 3
- Online Discussion Groups: 3
- National Conference Presentations: 6
- Webinars: 6
- All-Day Seminars: 2
- One-hour lectures (for hire): 4
- Local Classes (volunteer): 10
- New clients: 16 total
- 8 projects finished
- 8 in progress
- Articles Written: 9
- Blog posts: consistently, once per week, usually on Wednesday, since June 2019
- New Lectures: 6
- NGSQ article submitted for consideration: 1
- Institutes attended: 3
- Seminars attended: 3
- Discussion Groups: 2
- BCG Renewal Portfolio turned in! (Yes, it’s been five years and I’m still waiting for the results.)
I tend to delve a little deeper into each of these categories and really assess what worked and what didn’t (in my eyes), paying particular attention to what I enjoyed, what stressed me out more than I like, and what I really feel is worth continuing. Then I focus on those items and make goals for next year.
My next post will examine my goals for 2020 and discuss some of the plans I already have implemented!