How did your first quarter go?
As we steadily progress into quarter two of 2019, it’s important to check in with yourself from time to time. Now that April is here, it’s a great time to do just that? How has your year been going? Are you in track to achieve your yearly goals? In the #CJJblog this week I wanted to give you some tips on how you can go about taking a step back and analyzing your year so far. Enjoy.
- What have I done well? Each quarter, ask yourself “what am I doing well?” Continue to do those things and make adjustments accordingly. Also ask yourself “what can I do better?”
- Look at your MIGs. What are your most important goals this year? What are your most important goals this quarter? Do you need to make any changes? Are they written down? Are they measurable? Use the quarter mark to analyze your progress.
- What are your MVPs? Your most valuable priorities are equally as important. Asses these on a daily basis and make sure you focus on what’s important, not just the urgent matters.
- Biggest obstacles. What are the biggest obstacles keeping you from achieving your goals? How are you overcoming them? Identifying these obstacles up front will help you get by them.
- People. Who are you associating with most? Are they helping or hindering your? This quarter, focus on surrounding yourself with those who are helping you reach greatness.
- Important reminders. Take care of yourself and develop positive disciplines. Also make sure you have set morning routines to get your days started off on the right foot. What routines do you have in place?
Did You Know? Coach Jim Johnson coached against University of Virginia Junior guard, Ty Jerome, in a Christmas tournament back in 2015. Virginia is in the Final Four and plays Saturday night.
Life Tip #35: Use CANEI – Constant and Never-Ending Improvement