" Vision is the spark Passion is the fuel" - Dean Justice

reflect-time

Reflect time app facilities you to pinpoint where and when you are most innovative, discover your strengths and weaknesses, assess your current situation and plan your journey and keeps you on the path to success.

App Features

Record

Everything has been created twice,
First in the mind, second in reality

Record your thoughts during your journey to success.

Following methods are available within the app;

  • Video
  • Audio
  • Text

You can also pause, add comments on each recording and gratitude section will inspire you to overcome any obstacle in your journey.

Analyise

The tenacity of your hard work is the guarantee of your success.

Our app will auto record your

  • Location
  • Time
  • Date

So you can

  • Pinpoint where and when you are most innovative
  • Discover your strengths and weaknesses
  • Assess your current situation
  • Learn from your struggles, doubts and failures
  • Plan your journey
  • Stay on the path to success

Intelligent Thinking

Brainstorming is another key to success

Share your experiences with others

  • Choose your favourite cloud provider
  • Share the link via SMS or eMail
  • Keep it all devices synced

Invite others to your location to have a meeting and discuss any issues.

Why time to reflect matters?

reflect-time

“The capacity to learn is a gift; The ability to learn is a skill; The willingness to learn is a choice.”― Brian Herbert, House Harkonnen

A journey to success starts with a vision. Our desire to turn the vision into a goal. To reach our goal, we need good research results to identify tools and skills we may need during this journey. Every path we choose may not be the quickest or easiest but it should end to our destination.

Reflection on our choices will allow us to revise our decision, make the correct an adjustment to our direction base on available choices and plan a smoother path to our goal.

If we don’t reflect on our mistakes, most likely we will repeat them. Reflection allows us to prevent them in the future and turn them into life lessons.

Typically when you take time to reflect, you will see ways that you were most effective and other areas that you can improve. Most people quickly dismiss the strengths and dislike their weaknesses. You need to remember if you become so defensive in the process then you won't learn anything.

Sometimes it’s hard to understand an immediate return on investment on your reflection time, especially when compared with other uses of your time.

You need to slow down to reflect, hence you may feel like that you are missing the action.

How to reflect?

We are all unique, hence we use a different method to reflect. Hence we provide several methods to capture your reflective thoughts.

It is generally believed that the thinking process involves two aspects: Reflective thinking and critical thinking.
They are not separate processes; rather, they are closely connected (Brookfield 1987).

Reflection thinking is: 

  • a form of personal response to experiences, situations, events or new information.
  • a 'processing' phase where thinking and learning take place.

There is neither a right nor a wrong way of reflective thinking, there are just questions to explore.

 

Reflective questions to ask yourself:

Daily

  • Did I get everything done?
  • If not, why?
  • What lesson did I learn today?
  • What am I thankful for?

Weekly

  • Strengths – What are my strengths? 
  • Weaknesses – What are my weaknesses? 
  • Skills – What skills do I have and what am I good at?
  • Problems – What are the problems? What can I do to fix them? 
  • Achievements – What have I achieved?
  • Happiness – Are there things that I am unhappy with or disappointed about? What makes me happy?
  • Solutions – What could I do to improve in these areas?

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