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Annual Review Questions for 2021 / 2022
Avthar's Weekly Wisdom #68 (12/05/2021)
🔥 I’m Avthar, a South African technology entrepreneur and learning enthusiast based in New York City. This digital letter is where I share practical wisdom about self-mastery, entrepreneurship, health and happiness, all to help you live better.
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It’s Avthar, back with another edition of my newsletter.
Here’s what I want to share with you today:
My updated essay on the best annual review questions.
A succinct guide to the good life from Naval Ravikant.
A podcast I recently enjoyed.
Please enjoy! (And as always I’d love to hear your feedback - just reply to this email).
New Essay: Evergreen Annual Review Questions
Every year since 2014, I've conducted an end of year review. The practice has helped me take stock of my life, reflect on the ups and downs of the past year, and re-orient myself toward living a successful, authentic and peaceful life.
With just 26 days left in 2021, the time for reflection, review and planning has arrived for many of us, myself included. With that in mind, I just published an updated version of my essay on Evergreen Annual Review Questions, packed with questions from Tim Ferriss, Shane Parrish, James Clear, Ramit Sethi, and other top performers and coaches to help you review, reflect on and re-orient your life.
My hope is that you use these to help you review and reflect on 2021 and re-orient your life for happiness, peace and success in 2022!
Tweets of the week
The most succinct guide to a good life you’ll ever read, from Naval Ravikant:
Career advice from Sam Altman, former CEO of OpenAI and former President of Y-Combinator:
Podcast of the week
The audiobook I can’t stop listening to at the moment is 12 Rules for Life by Dr Jordan Peterson. His conversation with Jocko Willink on episode 112 of the Jocko Podcast is wonderfully informative and moving, and provides a good overview of some of the core themes of the book. It’s also surprisingly funny and entertaining.
I highly recommend listening to this episode (and the audiobook, which is read by Dr Peterson himself).
🙏 Thank you again for reading and for your support! I wish you a week of happiness, success and peace!