Here are three questions to consider this weekend:
1. What have been your major achievements this month? Consider them as a leader, as a team, and individually?
2. What still needs to get done? What projects are needing some closure?
3. Next month, where do you need to turn your attention? What's it going to take to do this?
As I have written in past posts, it can be very useful to write the answers to the questions down - whether you have a file on your computer or keep a separate journal.
Capturing key accomplishments each month will make it easy when performance reviews come around, and having written goals for each month helps to keep the focus.
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