10 Questions to Evaluate Your Personal Progress

This week every year, I review my personal progress for the year. Would you like to play along?

Here are some examples of questions I ask myself:

  • What did I do that worked well?
  • What did I attempt that didn’t work?
  • Did I meet my goals?
  • What could I do better with a little tweaking?
  • What should I stop doing so I can do other things?
  • Where is my time most being wasted?
  • What discipline do I most need to implement into my day?
  • What was my most memorable moment?
  • What drains my energy just to think about doing again?
  • What changes do I need to make?

Are you playing?

Here’s to a great 2012!

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8 thoughts on “10 Questions to Evaluate Your Personal Progress

  1. That's a great introspective list Ron! I noting them down to analyze myself.

    It is important that we move towards our goals in our life. And, it's more important to do the variance analysis at regular intervals.

    Yup! Year end is an apt time for the course correction/improvement.

  2. Never having done this, it’s somewhat scary to contemplate. But it’s probably important for me to begin looking at these things. Doing nothing has not provided much success so far (and I’m 47–about time I get started).