Questions also help us to develop critical thinking skills. They give us the opportunity to evaluate information and think critically about our beliefs and values.

We need to ask questions to learn about the world around us.

They help us find problems, think of ways to solve them, come up with new ideas, and find new ways to do things. Without questions, we wouldn’t be able to learn and grow as much.

Questions are the key to finding out things, learning more, and making decisions. When we ask questions, we learn new information, learn from our mistakes, and better understand the world.

Questions help us figure out what we think, believe, and value and what other people think, feel, and value.

Here are some questions to help you with your end-of-year plan :

  1. What’s your favourite memory from the past year?

  2. How would you describe the past year in three words, and why?

  3. What would you tell yourself if you could return to the year’s beginning?

  4. What happened to the goals you set last year, and what do you want to do differently this year?

  5. How did you have the most fun this year?

  6. What was your worst mistake this year, and what did you learn from it?

  7. What was the one thing I did that took up most of your time this past year?

  8. How did you use your time best this past year?

  9. Who do you wish you’d spent more time with the last year?

  10. Who did you learn more about this year?

  11. What was the hardest thing for you this year?

  12. Where do you feel like you’ve made the most progress?

  13. What did you enjoy most about your work?

  14. What was the best thing you did for a relationship?

  15. What is the most important goal you reached this year?

If you have all the answers, the next part is to fill in this:

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