Unless you build in the time and the space for it, stepping back to reflect on where you've been and where you're going can be a hard thing to do.
Right now, though, as we near the end of 2017, it's probably a little bit easier, and you might already be doing some version of that yourself.
Just a month ago we did it with cohort 1 (our inaugural group of students) during a weekend at the Oregon coast.
We spent two days in Rockaway Beach, given students an opportunity to remind themselves why they came to Wayfinding in the first place, what they've done so far, what they'd like to do in their remaining time here, and what might come next. (Just two terms left before graduation! Crazy, right?)
To get a feel for the weekend, check out the recap video at the top of this post.
And then, if you're able, set aside some time and space for yourself in the coming weeks to think back on 2017 and look forward to 2018.
Doing big things (on a personal or organizational level) is hard. Breaks for rest and reflection are important, and we hope you get some of that this holiday season.
- The Wayfinding Team
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