Finding time for reflection about your work and daily routines is a critical part of your organizational and productivity success. It is also a task often neglected either because it doesn’t seem important in the context of all of the other things that need to be done and delivered or because thinking about the process of how you’re working feels less tangible and therefore unimportant. This couldn’t be further from the truth. A few minutes of time spent on planning and reflecting on the process of how you are working translates into hours saved each day.
Consider today the routines you have in place that support active reflection on how you are getting things done and planning for future activity. At Simply Placed we recommend having routines for the end of your day, week and month. These are short and focused appointments you make and keep with yourself for the purpose of reflection and planning. For many clients establishing these routines are the turning point in going from being mildly to wildly productive.
What routines do you have in place for reflection and goal setting? Need help setting up these routines or support with accountability in keeping to a productivity-increasing routine? Contact us.