Do you self review?

Last week, I had my bi-annual review at work. My boss and I discussed Goalswhere I was in my development and areas that I needed to improve upon to continue my career growth. It provided a number of actionable items to do over the next six months, but it also got me thinking about growth outside of the office as well. While I want to be successful in my career, it is not everything.

I want to complete a number of things for me and my family. Some of which include:

  • Not working as late, baby Espo is on his way so I want to be there and not miss the little things
  • Make sure Baby Espo has everything he needs
  • Write a book (cliché, but a long-standing goal from high school)
  • Increase time unplugged by 20%
  • Increase blog traffic by 10%
  • Meet more of you during the year face to face

Sure these goals are great; I am just having a problem setting benchmarks to put up as indicators of success and how to make sure that I am on track.

Do you set personal goals? If so, how do you benchmark?

Image – Lisa Van Alstyne

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