After Action Review After Action Review An after action review (AAR) is a structured review or de-brief process for analyzing what happened, why it happened, and how it can be done better. An AAR is begins with a clear comparison of intended vs. actual results achieved. An AAR focuses on participant's own action. Learning from the review is taken forward by the participants. 1 Facts2 Emotions3 Learning4 Implications Name* Email*We will send your report to your email address so please enter it correctly. Action Statement*Which action (goal, intent, event, occurrence, challenge, desire...) are you filling in this form for?FactsLet us start by looking at the observable, physical facts...Did you get this completed exactly as you had planned?*It is OK if you did not complete it. The point of this question is to measure progress positively, so focus on what got done, what you did accomplish. Don't focus on what you did not accomplish. This program is all about positive reinforcement. We celebrate even the tiniest steps forward!What are the facts of what can be observed?*Don't rationalize, don't write about what you think should or should not have been. Stick to the FACTS of what can be OBSERVED. Remember to include:1. What went right and why?2. What went wrong and why?What are the best questions you could ask yourself about this now?* EmotionsIt is now time to get very honest about your feelings...How do you feel about how you went with this goal so far?*Be careful not to get into your head. This is not a mental thing at all! Ignore the mind and instead notice how your body feels about this matter. How the BODY FEELS! Be as honest, open, through, as possible. This is the key to your freedom, so don't rush this.What are the best questions you could ask yourself about this now?* LearningLet us now consider what you learned so far from your experiences...What did you find out about yourself in the process?*What were your big insights so far about this goal, yourself and everything else related to it?*What did you discover about your thinking or habits? What new habit did you notice starting to emerge?*What were the highlights of this journey so far?*What did you do well? What impact do you think this had on other people?*What are the best questions you could ask yourself about this now?* ImplicationsFinally, let us see what the implications of all this is, and what that means to you going forward...What are the implications of the insights you have had so far? What impact has this learning had on you?*For example, how do they change how you approach this goal? Or how you live your life or relate to people? Or how you see yourself? And so on...Also, consider what will you do differently next time?What are the broader implications of being able to take action now or even achieve your goal now?*Are there new habits you have started to develop because of this journey? And is there a new style of thinking that you have started to develop because of this journey?*Do you sense there could be other ways this new habit, skill or way of thinking could be helpful? Where else might this new habit, skill, thinking or approach be useful? Can you see any other applications of what you’ve learned here?*What are the best questions you could ask yourself about this now?*EmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.