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Questions for reflection on 2006 and beyond

Devon at Ink in My Coffee has written a nice list of 17 questions for writers to reflect upon as the end of the year approaches – I think they are a good list for bloggers (and anyone actually) when reflecting upon a year of blogging and getting ready for the year beyond.

I do a similar reflection at the end of the year on numerous aspects of my life – including my blogging and find that setting the time aside to reflect and set goals this way actually helps me achieve more. Without it I tend to meander through life and any successes that I have tend to be accidental.

Found via Anne at the Golden Pencil

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Comments

  1. Darren everytime very good informations thanx a lot, I am blogging since one month have u a reflection for me.

    But for the end of the next year I will have a look at this list or, I make my own list for what I want to achieve in the new year.

    Also thanx a lot for all your good informations, it is working well in some areas, because of there is a lot of to do.

    It is hard work really and I want to say that u r the real ProBlogger!

  2. Luke Meshios says:

    What’s the point in reflecting? can’t take back what you’ve done.. I think it’s better to review your mistakes and think about them and plan for the year ahead.

  3. Darren Rowse says:

    Luke – I guess that’s pretty similar to my definition of ‘reflection’. :-)

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