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Michael Wong

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How to Learn From Your Mistakes

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HOW TO LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES

RETROS
A retrospective is a meeting that allows yo to look back on past events or situtations. The purpose is to assess key challenges and inefficiencies to improve future processes. — Michael Wong

CONTEXT
Retros have always been apart of the office culture at the two companies I've founded.
The purpose is to create an open and non-judgemental enviroment for individuals and teams to reflect and assess their progress.
I even began to adopt the concept of a retro to my personal life. Here's how you can setup a framework for self improvement.

WHAT DID I DO WELL?

WHY DID THIS HAPPEN?

HOW CAN I FIX THIS?

I PERSONALLY PREFER MONTHLY RETROS. Give yourself enough time to action and reflect on whether the 'solutions' were impactful.

REFLECT & GROW

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