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EP 94: 2023 Debrief of Space and Pace

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What worked for you in 2023? What did not work this year?

What data did you collect about yourself, your work, and your relationships?

What do you want to take into 2024, and what do you want to leave behind?

Yes, it’s that time of year when I share one of my favorite and most fruitful practices of looking back and looking forward - my annual debrief.

My debrief practice teaches me the power of pausing, reflecting - especially on my words of the year, and honoring lessons learned, victories achieved, and wounds that need care so I can look forward more clearly and confidently. And this year taught me a lot.

Listen to the full episode to hear:

  • How focusing on space and pace challenged my tendency to associate my identity with what I do
  • The challenges that came up as I really forced myself to slow down and reflect on what I want life to look like in an upcoming season of transition
  • Experiences this year that were fun, healing, and joyful
  • The practices and supports I’m carrying forward into 2024
  • What aspects of Space and Pace are bearing fruit as 2023 comes to a close and what I’m focusing on for 2024

Learn more about Rebecca:

Resources:

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108 episodes

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What worked for you in 2023? What did not work this year?

What data did you collect about yourself, your work, and your relationships?

What do you want to take into 2024, and what do you want to leave behind?

Yes, it’s that time of year when I share one of my favorite and most fruitful practices of looking back and looking forward - my annual debrief.

My debrief practice teaches me the power of pausing, reflecting - especially on my words of the year, and honoring lessons learned, victories achieved, and wounds that need care so I can look forward more clearly and confidently. And this year taught me a lot.

Listen to the full episode to hear:

  • How focusing on space and pace challenged my tendency to associate my identity with what I do
  • The challenges that came up as I really forced myself to slow down and reflect on what I want life to look like in an upcoming season of transition
  • Experiences this year that were fun, healing, and joyful
  • The practices and supports I’m carrying forward into 2024
  • What aspects of Space and Pace are bearing fruit as 2023 comes to a close and what I’m focusing on for 2024

Learn more about Rebecca:

Resources:

  continue reading

108 episodes

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