2015 Year in Review for “Forever Learning”

This year in-review is special because the end of 2015 also brings about the 5th birthday of this place. This blog began as a quiet place for my self-reflection, however, today I am lucky to be co-learning with a community of friends, mentors, and my readers who all benefit from one another.

What follows below is a collection of the most important lessons we learned together in 2015. Some of them are from the blogs I wrote while others came about from elsewhere.

Top Lessons from Year in Review – 2015



    • “Watch your thoughts, they become words. What your words, they become actions. Watch your actions, they become habit. Watch your habits, they become character. Watch your character, it becomes your destiny.


    • Journey towards our goals is a hurdle race where we overcome unknown barriers as we go further. Failing is inevitable, hence, fail forward by learning.




    • The story we tell ourselves is the story that shapes our decisions and eventually our lives. What will be your hero’s journey?


    • Learn to be a “good passenger” of your journey – actively enjoy the moments between “destinations” as they make majority of your life.


The “forever learning” journey seemed to have barely revealed the tip of its iceberg – screaming that

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you [we] know nothing.” – Socrates.

Therefore, there will be some exciting changes in 2016!

What is next for this blog in 2016?

From my notes and your feedback, here are the things that will be improved in 2016. These are just coles notes, watch out for another post going in detail!

  • More Categories – To make discovery and exploration of the posts easier
  • Actionable Format – Standard Format of the Blogs
  • Better Sharing on Social Media – FB, LI, Twitter etc.

Next Blog Post: 2015 Year in Review for Me

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