Last year I wrote my first annual review, and it has been a very useful exercise and a positive experience. I want to continue that tradition, so this is my annual review for 2016 where I publicly reflect on the previous twelve months and I answer the following questions:
I keep highlights and notes for most of the books that I read. Today I was going through some of them, and I really enjoyed reviewing the book Mastery by Robert Greene, which I have read two years ago. I remember how that book instilled in me a strong desire to relentlessly improve, while making me place less importance on inborn talent, and instead place more importance on hard work and practice.
“I unsettle all things. No facts are to me sacred; none are profane; I simply experiment, an endless seeker, with no past at my back.”