Reflection is something we don't usually allow ourselves to experience because we are too busy getting on to the next task at hand, too busy hurrying to the next assignment that we don't pay attention fully to what we have created in the last assignment, too busy grappling with the next hurdle because it is there rather than analyzing why we felt a certain way about our work just completed. Reflection helps to tackle all things that seem formidable. Sharing those reflections with others will help cement relationships that are so valuable to the maintenance of the community of project managers and team members going forward. Equally as important to project success is a change in attitude toward Lessons Learned. Attitude is a breath of fresh air for Lessons Learned. Indeed, the value of project Lessons Learned can be far reaching if the project lesson learned is documented in an actionable manner that improves the process of the organization.