Analyze yourself yearly.
A yearly analysis of yourself will help you identify the areas in which you need to put forth more effort.
Once a year, think about the following:
- Have you attained your yearly objective?
- Have you delivered service of the best possible quality and quantity (as per your capabilities)?
- Has your spirit been harmonious and cooperative at all times?
- Have you had pleasant relationships with your associates at work?
- Have you been less efficient due to procrastination or fear?
- Have you improved your personality?
- Have you been persistent in following your plans through to completion?
- Have you made definite, prompt decisions?
- Have you been overly cautious, or not cautious enough?
- Have you been less efficient due to lack of concentration?
- Have you been open-minded and tolerant?
- Have you expressed intemperance or egotism?
- Have you gained the respect of your associates?
- Have you used guesswork to make decisions, or the accuracy of analysis and thought?
- Have you budgeted time, expenses, and your income accurately?
- Do you feel guilty about anything?
- Are you on the right career path?