Weekly Reviews Replace Bosses (but nobody likes them either)

Weekly Review Methodology

This is my weekly review. It’s … complex. It works extremely well for me, but other people would have adapt it to their needs.

The question is, did I succeed in making it sound like a useful and enjoyable undertaking, or as simply another chore? This is the best way I know of to build and maintain momentum, but I’m extremely curious about what other people do.

To my way of thinking, this one simple process is what replaces all the oversight and management that any traditional (and many non-traditional) jobsĀ necessitate. It’s difficult enough to do and plan at the same time. It’s even harder when you combine analysis and review. But it can be done. And I think that it’s very worth doing.

What methods do you use to chart your progress and see whether you’re on the right track?


4 thoughts on “Weekly Reviews Replace Bosses (but nobody likes them either)”

  1. When you first posted this, it struck me as totally “clear as mud” šŸ˜‰ — BUT only 3 months later (or maybe a world-view-shift later?), it makes a whole lot more sense. I don’t have any kind of comparable process for myself, but I definitely see the value in it.
    Blessings ~ K

      1. Ā @Shanna Mann Delightful!
        (thanks for your continuing support, too – it’s good to know that there are folks ‘on my side’, even when I’m floundering…)

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