Questions to reflect on Weekly…
1. What did I learn last week? – Sharpen Your Skills.. No matter how effective you are in sales, you should learn something new every week (if not every day). No matter how talented you are’
2. What was my greatest accomplishment over the past week? – Reflecting on your accomplishments is a great way to identify what is working well along with a powerful way to raise your self-confidence.
3. What’s the #1 thing I need to accomplish this week? – Focusing on your number one priority before the week starts helps you stay on track with your objective all week long.
4. What can I do right now to make the week less stressful? – Identify your priorities and don’t get side tracked! Set reminders in your calendar. …Organize Yourself.
5. My challenges… will they affect the upcoming week? – Who around you can assist in supporting you? Develop a strategy around these challenges to navigate effective solutions. Always ask for HELP
6. What was last week’s biggest time sink? – Knowing how you wasted time during the past week can help you steer clear of distractions this week as well as in the future.
7. What have I been avoiding that needs to get done? – Sometimes we avoid important things that must get done. Calling yourself on it has a powerful way of making you take action.
8. What opportunities are still on the table? – Was there a new opportunity that surfaced last week or earlier that you haven’t gotten around to seizing? If so, this question will help you remember it.
9. Is there anyone I’ve been meaning to talk to? – This question keeps me focused on the importance of regular contact with important associates and ensures I solve problems before they fester.
10. Have any of my recent actions moved me closer to my goals? – This is just a check-in question. If your answer is no, you’ll know you need to make some changes immediately.
11. What am I looking forward to during the upcoming week? – This question will keep you motivated. If you can’t think of anything, you should immediately schedule something that you can look forward to.
12. What are my fears? – By consciously surfacing your fears each week, you’ll be able to better do the personal work needed to resolve them. Often it’s about taking baby steps, small actions that help you push your fears aside.