HOW TO GRADE YOUR WEEKLY PERFORMANCE
THE BUSINESS LIFE EPISODE #62
You likely reflect back on what happened after each week in your business, but how would you feel about giving yourself a letter grade on your performance? Sound scary? It doesn’t have to be. In fact, by giving yourself a grade on your performance for the week, it will actually help you unlock more of your potential. In this episode, I’m sharing the three factors to consider when grading your weekly performance.
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HERE ARE HIGHLIGHTS
- [1:59] What does a “good week” look like in business, and why do we need to measure it?
- [3:47] Don’t like measure your performance because you are self-critical or it just sounds scary? This is why you should still measure your weekly performance.
- [4:35] Do you “normalize” out-of-control weeks?
- [6:20] Criteria #1 for grading your week – how many major disasters did you have, and how did you react to them?
- [9:22] Criteria #2 – How proactive were you during the week?
- [10:59] Criteria #3 – How was my attitude this week?
- [13:10] When you should grade yourself, and how you can use this as a tool for improvement.
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