It’s the time you take to sit down and review what is and isn’t working.
Tough decisions often are delayed, put off, or ignored when it come’s down to it.
An honest self-assessment involves thinking deeply about these key areas:
What makes me happy?
What makes me sad?
What is holding me back?
Am I growing as a person?
What do I want in my future?
Who am I closest to?
Who do I need to spend less time with?
What should I spend more time on?
What should less time be dedicated to?
An honest self-assessment should be done every quarter.
Here are a couple of the things we’ve changed recently at Data Nerds.
We’ve optimized our daily routines with calendars, reminders, and to-do lists with proven tactics to increase productivity.
We have clear goals make it that much easier to stay on task.
And lastly, we’ve learned to say no.
Many things will distract you from future goals, avoid them at all costs.
At a career level…
Performance reviews are mandatory in the corporate world and an honest self-assessment is in order to effectively grow as an employee or employer. The ability to evaluate strength’s and weaknesses will allow you to stand out from a crowd. Whether in an executive level position, brand new employee, or entrepreneur, asking these important questions increases your’s and other’s chance of success.
What are my strengths?
What are my weaknesses?
What is holding this company back?
What distractions are eating up time?
Where are the main focuses and how can we improve?
What does the next 5 – 10 years look like?
We are Data Nerd’s will be implementing corporate performance reviews on a monthly basis and will let you all know how it turns out!
In 2010 I became infatuated with pay-per-click (PPC) marketing, in 2012 I decided to quit my job and joined the “Entrepreneur Club”. Fast forward a couple years and now we have Data Nerds. We specialize in internet marketing, growth hacking, direct response, web development and design. We are always hiring geeks to join our team in Kelowna, BC. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.