Your Weekly Review

What is the Weekly Review?

Do you feel swamped with work? You do not know how to start a task or a projects and have the feeling you cannot get things done?
No matter how good you are organized, if you don’t stop every now and then to look at the “big picture”, you’re going to get overwhelmed.
If this is you, it is about time for you to sit down alone and start to learn how to make a weekly review
The thing with a weekly review is that it has to become a pattern. To help you get back on track check out the main benefits of a weekly review:

  • Assest your past week
  • Feel good with what you have achieved
  • Plan your week better with past experience
  • Update your actions and tick off the ones done
  • Destress
  • Achieve more

If you are motivated to achieve these benefits follow these five steps to plan your weekly review:

  • Set time every Sunday night
  • Check what has been done, and what is left to be done
  • Check your calendar
  • List your priorities
  • Set your goal for the week

According to David Allen : “The whirlwind of of activity is precisely what makes the Weekly Review so valuable. It builds in some capturing, reevaluation, and reprocessing time to keep you in balance.
How to apply this with Beesy :

  • Set an alarm on your smartphone.
  • Go over your past and future notes and check what is the most important for you.
  • Look at your dashboard, count the number of meetings so you can set your priorities.
  • In you dashboard select Monday and see what you have to do for the week in your note
  • Set dates for the most important things first and prostpone the rest.

 

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Weekly Review 05/06/15- “Benefits on Creating a Weekly Review” via Danny Beckett- “Do your weeks ever just feel out of whack? Things keep popping up, people are asking to meet with you, and you feel like you can’t get anything done? Don’t feel bad if this is you, lots of people suffer from this. I like to call these weeks “dysfunctional weeks” – weeks where things aren’t operating as they should…” keep reading
Weekly Review 05/06/15 – “How to set your goals” via Mindtools- “Many people feel as if they’re adrift in the world. They work hard, but they don’t seem to get anywhere worthwhile.
A key reason that they feel this way is that they haven’t spent enough time thinking about what they want from life, and haven’t set themselves formal goals. After all, would you set out on a major journey with no real idea of your destination? Probably not!…”
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weekly_review 08/06/15 – “Back to Basics: Your Weekly Review” via LifeHack – “No matter how organized you are, how together your system is, how careful you are about processing your inbox, making a task list, and working your calendar, if you don’t stop every now and again to look at the “big picture”, you’re going to get overwhelmed. You end up simply responding to what’s thrown at you, instead of proactively creating the conditions of your life…” keep reading
weekly review 08/06/15 – “Incorporate a Weekly Review into Your Work Schedule” via WomenOnBusiness-“What is a weekly review of your work schedule? It’s a structured evaluation and discovery process that allows you to determine how effective your work process has been throughout the week. It allows you to determine what went well, what scheduled work did not get completed, and what priorities need to be set for next week. The weekly review is an effective tool for organizing the project assignments for the weeks going forward…” keep reading

 

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