You could set up two main sections with related subheadings in each.
For any kind of self-assessment, use your gathered evidence to jog your memory.
Make another list, this time honestly comparing your actions (not your hopes) to each item on the first list or lists.
Strive to include personal insight into how your life experiences have helped you grow and the direction you wish to take in the future.
Often, starting a paper is the hardest part of writing a paper.
To begin your outline, make a list of the areas of your life you want to assess.
Next, gather evidence of your accomplishments and setbacks, and decide what criteria you want to use for your assessment.
Gather evidence of your accomplishments and setbacks.
Perhaps you have a thank-you note from someone, or a letter of reprimand.
You might want to arrange the outline so you will address lesser goals first and then build to bigger goals and your progress toward them.
Alternatively, you could arrange the outline into sections that discuss related goals.