The weekly review is your most important meeting and there is only one invite on the list: you.
It could be a celebratory meeting or a reckoning. Either way, it is the one meeting where you will be able to figure out what is right, what is wrong, where you sit in the big picture, what should change and what should stay the same.
Because it is so important, book it in your schedule. Make a time and keep that time. Mine is every Sunday.
What to ask yourself
What you do is ultimately up to you, but here are some suggestions.
Figure out what you did during the past week. What did you accomplish? Are you on track? What went well? What did not work? Where do you need support? What might that support look like? What new opportunities presented themselves? What have you been putting off or avoiding? From what are you hiding? What are your priorities for the upcoming week?
Why do a weekly review
As you commit yourself to your review, you will watch your accomplishments grow. You will recognize more opportunities. The goals you set for the next week will become laser focused.
Tweet: The weekly review is a powerful tool for progress and productivity.
Download my weekly review worksheet to get started, and then make up your own as you develop your own process.
Tell me how it went. Tell me how to improve my weekly review. I want to hear it.