Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 1 - 2015 The year of simplicity, three buckets, jonathan fields, contribution, connection, vitality, focus, mindfulness, minimalism

My Illustrated Annual Review – Part 1: Looking Back At 2015

It’s that time of year – a time to look back at how last year went and make plans for the year to come.

For those who want this end-of-year reflection to really make a difference on their actions in the new year, nothing beats conducting an annual review, a process that I first learned from Chris Guillebeau over at The Art Of Non-Conformity.

In this video I look back at 2015 to see how well I followed up on the plans I made one year ago.

Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 1 - 2015 The year of simplicity, three buckets, jonathan fields, contribution, connection, vitality, focus, mindfulness, minimalism

Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 2 - verbal to visual, podcast, blog, video, online course, community, sketchnoting, visual note-taking, doodling, focus, work

Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 3 - mindfulness, 2015, clutter, past, present, future

Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 4 - minimalism

Illustrated Annual Review 2015 - Doug Neill - 5 - 2014, 2015, focus, mindfulness, minimalism, portland, pdx, pleasant hill, contribution, connection, vitality

Come back next week when I’ll be sharing my plans for 2016. Till then!

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