Jemstone wrote:Hi Adil,
Being completely honest, I would have fired myself everyday in the early days and for one reason.... procrastinating. I used to make Action to do lists, these were so meticulous in fact, I would quite easily have hired myself on the organisation of these alone!!! Balancing this out though anybody can make a list, but the art is completing the list and achieving your goals.
To ensure I work smartly, I set my action to do on a sunday evening for the following week and I use the following method
My actions need to be Specific, Measured, accurate, realistic and timed.
I evaluate for 10 mins at the end of each day to see how I have performed and in some cases make amends to the rest of the week.
I love this self evaluating technique Jayne!
I would honestly say I would hire myself today on a probationary period.
I am more focused and directed in my purpose.
I do send in accountability reports to my mentor almost every day.
Making a list at the end of the day for my next day's plan is something I need to implement.
Like you said...the job is in completing the list
Thanks for sharing this!