Baking reflection into the learning process

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” Søren Kierkegaard

How often do you make time to reflect on an experience consciously? This could be an interaction with a friend or a work experience where you’re working on a team.  

Think of an experience you had with others. A common reflection might be that you are reliving an experience in your head, especially if it’s a negative experience or arguing for your own limitations. You may be thinking about how someone else is doing something you don’t agree with and how you’re going to defend or try to make the situation better. Or you may be thinking about how you made a mistake and what you could have done differently and what other people must be thinking about that.

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