5 Things to do Every Week

1.       Keep a Journal:

 A journal is a place, usually a book where you document your thoughts and events. This exercise as mundane as it appears helps you cultivate mindfulness.

Mindfulness is when you are in harmony with your thoughts and the present. Mindfulness helps reduce anxiety and confusion.

Keep a journal to help you develop mindfulness.

2.       Organize Your Thoughts:

 As a new week begins, you should develop the habit of organizing your thoughts in your journal. Typically, the first thing to do is to document all thoughts, followed by organizing them.

Thoughts must be organized based on their potential effects. Some thoughts are limiting, while some are empowering. Take a good look at your thoughts, which ones are useful, take a look at them and see what you can do with them.

3.       Document Learnings and Improve:

 The journey to great character and attitude requires conscious learning and improvement. Take time to document learning's and how you can improve at work and at home. 

4.       Align Your Goals:

How you perform during the week is what determines the impact you make in every given year. There is no better planning horizon than your week.

You must break down your yearly goals into bits and fit them into your week.

Highlight your goals for the week and seek to achieve them.

Meanwhile it must be noted that goals can be divided into social, business, performance, spiritual and more. However, capture your goals in a way that ensures they are Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely (SMART).

5.       Measure the Weekly Impact:

 Your week must be measured against the objectives you have set. Did you read those books? Did you call your friends and family? Did you say your prayers regularly?

Did make the phone calls? Did you write the articles for LinkedIn?

 Measuring your week helps you answer these questions.   

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