*Pauses...Checks Notes*

 I can't say this enough: go back and read your notes from 3, 6, 9 and 12 months ago.

  1. You'll resurface key objectives (project, personal, etc.) that may have since gotten diluted.
  2. You'll spot incorrect assumptions you'd made and reevaluate.
  3. You'll be encouraged by how much you've learned, grown and accomplished since.


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