10 Questions For Your Mid-Year Review

June 1, 2017

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Took a walk out this morning – June 1st!


I intend on doing it the rest of the month – My 30 day Challenge! :-)  Anyone want to join in?



I digress.



So it’s June 1, 2017!!!!  The 6th month of the year; the beginning of the end of the first half of the year.  I can remember January pretty clearly; it helps that’s my birthday month – that’s neither here nor there. 



Anyway, It feels like January was only a few weeks away and now 5 months out of the year are gone.  So it is time for some reflection and the over-arching question is:



Are you on track to where you sought out to be by mid year?

Have you unveiled your potential?

Are you Cultivating your potential?




Take an hour to reflect on the last 5 months and key in to where you are vs. where you want to be.  Here are a list of questions to help guide you:


  • Key Accomplishments – What goals have I achieved?  This could be personal, professional, relationships, financial goals etc. What goals am I off track on? What are my proud moments and accomplishments?


  • Connection - What new connections did I make?  Which connections did I invest in? Which connections did I overlook?


  • Opportunities - What opportunities did I take advantage of? Where did I venture out of my comfort zone? What did I learn?


  • Mistakes - Where did I trip up? Where could I have avoided the trip up? What did I learn the most from this mistake?


  • My Time - Did I spend my time on the things that will expand me and move me in the direction of my goals? Where was I most productive? Where was I least productive? Are there are time fritters that I can reduce?


So for the next 30 days take on the goal you missed the mark on and work on it.  As we enter the 2nd half of the year, Consider the following questions to position you for a strong year end?



  • Goals (Professional/Personal) – What are my top 3 goals for the remainder of the year? Why are they important to me in 2017? Who do I need to be to achieve these goals?


  • Connection – How can connection with myself and others propel me forward? Which connections do I want to grow? What new connections do I want to make? Can any of these connections serve as an accountability partner?


  • Opportunities – What new skill do I want to develop/strengthen by the end of the year? What opportunities can I embark on that will feed my goal?


  • My Time – What things/habits can I drop / pick up to improve my time management? What tools do I need to manage my time?


  • Gratitude – What are 5 things that I am grateful for this week?


There you have it, Answer all the reflection questions and write down your answers! Once a week going forward to the end of the year – do a check in – see where you are and take action.


Remember, the mid year check in is not a time to beat yourself up! It’s a time to reflect and buckle up for the best of the rest of the year.


Thinking you might want a partner or a group of people to support you and hold you accountable along the way; feel free to join my group at www.soweelevate.com


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