Are you looking back on this past year from THIS lens?
It's that time of the year, where our feeds are filled with highlight reels, top 10 lists and endless prompts to look back and reflect. Add to that the ambitious declarations that 2019 will be the best year yet and we might end up finding ourselves feeling a bit triggered.
As I was wrapping up the year, I noticed this familiar BUT critical voice become louder and it made me realize how important it is to PAUSE and think about what type of lens we're looking through.
Because if we're not careful we might be looking through one that has us missing out on the most important parts of 2018.
Reflecting through the Lens of Imperfection
Like who you helped and how it made you feel. The work you were scared to share, but did it anyway. The art you made that you appreciate, not because of how it looks, but because of how it made you feel while you were making it.
Those are the moments, the progress and the feelings that we can so easily gloss over or forget altogether, if we're reviewing 2018 through the lens of perfection.
Avoid the Trap of Perfection with this Free Reflection Kit
To help you look back on this past year through a more curious and gentle lens, I created this Reflecting Through the Lens of Imperfection kit for you to download (for free) which includes:
Revel Recording: A 15 minute reflection for you to listen to on the topic +
Worksheet (download here) to accompany the recording
Wrap up and reflect on this past year in imperfect style! Because perfection and creativity, don't mix!