Both of you get most of love and attention than on any other weekday. Everyone wants you to come soon and stay a little longer.
I tell you why?
Monday’s are a call for do ‘all over again.’ We avoid, to begin with, a new chapter when we can ditch the past and launch ourselves.
Our overwhelming fear of not coming up with a productive week doesn’t let us leap at the opportunity of a new beginning.
What if we have all access to a productive week? ‘All-access’ how come? Right
Most of us confuse all access to productivity with planning and scheduling.
Here is the loophole or the catch: Weekly scheduling is incomplete for a productive week until we close it off with a weekly reflection.
As the name suggests a weekly reflection implies looking back to check, how does it go
Weekly reflection is itself a category of the weekly schedule, scrutinizing our weekly performance. Hence a precise job.
WHAT IS A WEEKLY REFLECTION?
A weekly reflection is a deliberate practice of looking back at our week to see how everything went. Different people reflect on their week for various reasons. Some people want to record their memories, others record their behaviors and thoughts to learn more about themselves. https://www.funactivitiesathome.com/weekly-reflection/#:~:text=What%20is%20a%20weekly%20reflection,to%20learn%20more%20about%20themselves.
STEPS TO TAKE A PEEK AT YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE
STEP 1: CATEGORISE YOUR WEEKLY SCHEDULE
It’s totally fine if you have not categorized your schedule at the time of drafting, you can do it later on by reflecting upon it. But, this is one reason why your schedule has not been working out yet.
Until you categorize your working hours in different activities, dedicated to a whole different concept how would you know, what is the matter that you want to commit yourself to?
Categorize, this way:
– HEALTH: Any health-oriented activity.
– WELLBEING: Something new, adding up in your learning.
– READING: Books for mindfulness.
– LEARNING: Grades-oriented lessons.
– CREATIVITY: Connecting to yourself
– SAVINGS: Money management skills.
STEP 2: SELF-EVALUATE, RATE YOURSELF
Now, the reflection begins by ratting yourself in each of your categories.
Comparison between what was scheduled and what was performed, let you know-
– How did you perform?
– What’s your threshold?
– How much you have improved?
– How much you have lagged?
– How better you can perform?
STEP 3: ONE WORD REMARK
Once you’ll know what is your performance level, you could remark on your performance, well. One-word remark works as a keyword strategy.
Keyword strategy would enable you-
– Keep your goal in your mind conveniently.
– Stride towards a particular thing without any ambiguity.
Do you think, it’s all?
No, reflection on your past week aims to have a thriving coming week.
Now, it’s time to set up a base for the next weekly scheduling.
BASE FOR THE NEXT WEEKLY SCHEDULE
– What have you done if you had more time?
– Where do you see if you had got that extra time?
– What is holding you back from performing up to the mark?
This base would give you a nudge for setting better goals against your actual barriers.
PERFORM GOOD, TO REFLECT WELL!