Better self-esteem: Important questions to ask yourself when evaluating progress and adjusting your goals (1 minute read)
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Step 8 is about identifying helpful routines to maintain focus on you desired changes.
To manage unforeseen problems, it is important to regularly schedule a fixed reflection time every week to evaluate progress made and make necessary changes.
Important questions to ask yourself when evaluating progress and adjusting your goals
Here are some essential questions you can ask yourself during this reflection hour:
Am I making progress?
What changes have been made?
What am I doing differently now?
Are my results indicating that I am moving in the right direction?
What changes can I make?
Am I on track timewise?
What can I do differently to reach my goal this coming week, more specifically – What shall I:
Do more of
Do less of
More questions in the next posts.
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