The Weekly Review


As a busy professional, effective time management is vital for success. Even if you have a good system in place and you’re organized, you may chronically have more work to do than you can realistically accomplish. It may seem natural to just power through and do as much as you can without looking back; however, if you invest a bit of time each week to get organized, reflect, and plan for the week ahead, it’s time well spent.

An article published this week on the Huff Post Small Business blog outlines a great “Weekly Review” system, based on David Allen’s Getting Things Done (check out the updated 2015 edition of his book here). This process consists of cleaning and filing, processing notes from the week, analyzing last week’s calendar, reviewing the calendar for the coming week, and going over long-term goals. If you’re interested in how a “weekly review” system might help you prioritize your time, I highly recommend reading this article:

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