Day 5: Weekly Review

Welcome to Day 5 of the goal setting challenge. Wow, you made it! Congratulations!

Today we’re going to be talking about the need for a weekly review.

When it comes to building habits, systems, and goals, you’re going to have some wins and losses. This is normal.

You’re not perfect and you have strengths and weaknesses, like everyone else.

At the end of each week, it’s important to perform a weekly review to evaluate your performance and make necessary changes.

During that review, ask yourself:

  • What worked?
  • What didn’t?
  • What tripped me up?
  • What really energised me?
  • What changes do I need to make?

Don’t be afraid to tweak and optimize your calendar, habits, and systems. These aren’t set in stone. They are meant to WORK for you, not the other way around.

Review your calendar and make any necessary adjustments. If another time works better, change it!

Would another system work better? IMPLEMENT IT!

That’s the beauty of this. Your goal is to create the perfect setup for yourself.

Call to Action:

Sit down with your calendar, habits, systems, and goals in front of you.

Look back over the past week. Evaluate your success rate in terms of implementing everything you planned.

Did things work well for you? If not, don’t stress about it.

Simply write down the things you need to change. If you need to pick new times for your habits, do so.

Also, take time to recognize and CELEBRATE your successes. Most likely, you achieved some pretty awesome things this week.

Yes! That’s cause for celebration.

This review process should happen EVERY SINGLE WEEK. It allows you to stay on track, stay motivated, and keep moving forward.

After you do your review, come back and share your results. Share what worked, what didn’t, and what you need to change. No need to be embarrassed. We’re all working toward the same thing here!

Congratulations on completing the challenge!

You are on the path toward CRUSHING your goals!

Share your closing thoughts below. Tomorrow we’re going to do a wrap-up and look at what’s next.


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