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73. What 2022 Was Actually Like For Me (+ Free Annual Planning Guide for You!)
Episode 735th December 2022 • On Your Terms • Sam Vander Wielen & NOVA Media
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At the end of every year, I take the time to reflect on the past 12 months, both personally and professionally, and how the two played together. In this episode, I share my reflection process so you can join me in thinking about what went well, what didn’t, what you might change, and how to carry those reflections  forward into planning out the next year.

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • Why you need to take time to reflect and celebrate the wins
  • What happened in my business and life in 2022
  • How to use what you learned this year to plan for the next year

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