There is value in taking time to make sense of what you’ve done before you talk to people about it.

One of my favorite ways is to schedule a one-hour block in my day every four months for self-reflection.

I set up space with a candle, meditation cushions, blankets, a pencil, and a notebook. I shut the door and do the work.

I like to begin with a simple meditation that tunes me into listening. I listen to the sounds of the room. And then the sounds of self-talk. Once I feel like I am ready to listen to my intuition, I ask myself a series of questions.

I recorded this practice live in December 2019, and make a recording. You can do it for yourself.

There are two ways you can do it.

  1. Do it alongside the recording. I recorded a live session of the meditation and career reflection workshop.
  2. Do the questions on your own.

Get the recording and worksheet.

If you do this workshop and feel like you need more guidance, I’d recommend getting into the Searching from Your Roots workshop. It goes deeper than this workshop and helps you figure out exactly how to test careers.

Happy reflecting.