Here’s a question for ya:Have you ever stopped to think how your mind works? Have you ever revisited your past and understood how it connects to your present? Have you acknowledged the patterns that repeat in your life without you even realizing it? Well, if you HAVE done that (at least once in your life), it means that you’re familiar with this post’s topic. Today, we’ll talk about self-reflection and give you a few tips on how to do it. Imagine this:Self-reflection, just like the words you say, is kind of like the mirror through which you can see yourself. Without that mirror, all you can do is take into account other people’s opinions about you – and let’s face it, sometimes that’s a trap. Hearing other’s opinions about you might be useful sometimes, but it depends on who these people are. Even so, what REALLY matters is how you feel about yourself. When you describe what you see in yourself (which, if made in an honest way, can be WAY more efficient than listening to a parcial opinion of someone who might not even know you that well), you’re one step closer to achieving a better version of YOU.For that to happen, you need to go within. Look inside. Observe. Without an impartial observation, there’s no self-reflection. The whole purpose here is to identify what kind of actions you usually take, how well you meet your goals, how much progress you’ve made as a person, and what skills you need to develop. 6 questions to ask yourselfTo help you think about that, we’ve separated 6 important questions you should ask yourself in order to help in this journey. Here they are:What are my mental strengths?What are my weaknesses?What are my best skills?What skills could I develop?What have I achieved?What do I want to achieve?Of course, these questions will help you a lot more if you turn this into a habit. On a weekly basis, we recommend you try asking yourself these questions and writing down your own conclusions. A special tip for ya: you can use Smart Planner Pro to give your week a score or Smart Planner Daily to write down your big wins and things to improve. We created a special spot in our Planners just for this. That’s the perfect exercise for self-reflection!