I think if your employer is unhappy with anything, they will tell you or signal you during normal work interactions. It's not hard to know if you are performing well or not, either at work or in a relationship. If you are fishing for compliments, don't waste your time.
Here is what I want in a periodic review.
1) What can I do to carve out some time, on the job, to explore areas of interest to me that I in my own judgement think might benefit the company.
2) Can we set some learning goals that will improve my mastery of the skills that the company needs me to perform well.
3) How would we define my work and performance in terms of the purpose of the work I do in these key areas: Customer experience, advancement of the organization, value to my fellow employees.
A discussion that outlines these important factors that are shown to directly link to your job satisfaction and the quality of your contribution to your company is far more important than a blow by blow evaluation of some past actions. Don't focus on past actions in discussion with your manager. Focus on the future. In your daily work, do your best and whatever it takes to deliver for your customers, company and coworkers and you'll never have to worry about the past.