Better self-esteem: More about step 8 – Evaluate and adjust your activities and goals every week (1 minute read)
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Better self-esteem: More about step 8 – Evaluate and adjust your activities and goals every week
Step 8 is about identifying helpful routines to maintain focus on you desired changes.
To manage unforeseen problems, it is important to regularly schedule a fixed reflection time every week to evaluate progress made.
During this time, it is important to evaluate if you are:
-actually moving in the right direction
-having the right focus
-doing the right things.
This means doing things differently than before, with the aim to bring you closer to your goals.
The only way to assure a different outcome is to actually start doing things differently.
So simple, but so elusive, since we humans easily get stuck in our habits.
This simple but often overseen weekly evaluation time is the difference between a goal and a dream, since it ensures that there is a connection between activities and time.
This also facilitates the process needed when we get the chance to hold ourselves accountable.
More about the steps in the next posts.
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