Reviewing what you acheive

When you have completed some safe experiments, you may want to take a look at your acheivements. For this, it helps to stand back and consider the range of results you have obtained. It is unlikely that your work can be wrapped in pink ribbon and marked “Mission Accomplished”. Instead, there will be acheivements that need to see the light of day and be respected – as well as unfinished business that begs questions about “…… and what more ‘something different’ needs to be done?”

Here are my thoughts on what might help. Use my questions if it helps, or do yet another safe experiment and design your own questions!


Review Date:

What do you recall were your initial concerns when you first consulted me or my website:

What initial changes did you want to see:

What other concerns emerged as you completed some safe experiments (it would be normal for your focus to have shifted over time):

What actual changes emerged over time:

What hoped-for changes did not emerge. How much of a problem did the small defeats cause you; indeed, were they ‘defeats’? As you think about it, could it be something different such as coming to terms with what is acheivable and accepting the things that you no longer want to change.

In hindsight, what helped you obtained the changes you wanted:

What hindered you in the pursuit of the changes you wanted from each and all safe experiment:

Consider this statement: “I believe my work on ‘safe experiments’ was worthwhile

On a scale of 1 to 7, how much do you believe the statement that your work was worthwhile.

1 —————2—————–3—————–4——————-5—————-6—————–7

  • When 1 is: I do not believe the statement at all;
  • 2 is: I believe the statement very little;

…….  up to

  • 6 is: I believe the statement quite a lot, and
  • 7 is: I believe the statement 100%.

Can you identify the things that happened that led you to this judgement: maybe, things that you did and said, or others said and did:

On reflection, is there one thing you would have liked to have done differently using safe experiments:

Is there one thing my web site could have done things differently to help you?  Do tell me about that as the development of my web site depends on me knowing about your experiences.

As you consider your future – the ongoing trip towards your next ‘new normal’ – is there something that you intend to do – or want to do, NOW – during that journey?

If you want to say something to me, then do email me privately on:

If you want to say something to the world at large then my web site offers opportunities to post comments so other people can read it. This action will help you turn through part-circle and come back to the beginning of this website.

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What next: information on Life Planning?

How the give yourself a nudge

How to design a safe experiment