#7 |It’s time for a break.





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Things That Taught Me | Jelle Postma
Things That Taught Me | Jelle Postma
Hi there!
You’re reading (lucky) issue number seven, and my last newsletter of 2021. It’s time to unwind, reflect on everything you’ve accomplished in 2021, and look forward to hopefully a wonderful 2022!
Enjoy reading!

Tweet - Reflect on your accomplishments
2021 has been another long year full of unprecedented events. For some, maybe a year to forget. While it’s important to look forward, you shouldn’t forget looking at all the things you’ve accomplished in 2021.
Twitter friend Sam shared a great Notion template you can use to plan ahead and to reflect upon what went well and what didn’t in 2021. With these journaling prompts, you can gain valuable insights that help you with what’s to come. 
Click on the Tweet below, then click on the link. Or click on this link to get redirected to Sam’s Notion page
sam bedford
prepped my 2021 reflection / 2022 planning notion template. excited to spend time in this!

if you're one who does the same, feel free to use this template which i based on ink+volt's yearly planning https://t.co/tomT0NBg6o
Trend - Take that break
Let’s all follow this trend, just like Grammarly does. The holidays are on. Time for a break.
If you’re a Marketer:
  • Plan ahead your holiday content, so that you don’t have to manually post them
  • Turn off your notifications
  • Enjoy the holidays
Thread - 7 'Big Talk' prompts
I hate small talk. But sometimes it’s difficult to start deep, engaging conversations. It’s easier to ask questions like: ‘How’s your day been? What’s new with you? What have you been up to this year?’
Luckily, Dr. Emily Anhalt has 7 great questions that can deep and insightful conversations. Click on the Tweet below to unfold the thread
Dr. Emily Anhalt
Do you hate small talk as much as I do?

Instead of small talk, try talking big. Ask thoughtful questions that invite connection. Lean into vulnerability and share yourself with others.

Here are 7 questions you can ask instead of “what’s new with you?” 🧵⤵️
Happy Holidays
That was it! My last piece of content created in 2021. I’m taking that well-deserved break to start 2022 on a clean slate. I hope all of you have wonderful holidays and a great New Year
See you in 2022!
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