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Execute Success: The Evaluation Process

I saw a fleet of fishing boats . . . I flew down almost touching the craft and yelled at them, asking if I was on the right road to Ireland. They just stared. Maybe they didn’t hear me. Maybe I didn’t hear them. Or maybe they thought I was just a crazy fool. An hour later I saw land.
Charles Lindbergh

The steps outlined in these next postings will measure your progress on a daily, weekly and phase-to-phase basis. We have segmented the postings into the following discussions:

I: Daily Task Measurement.
II: Weekly Goal and Benchmark Evaluation
III: Weekly Role Evaluation
IV: Daily Character Attribute Evaluation
V: Weekly Character Attribute Evaluation
VI: Life Phase Evaluation
VII: Starting a New Life Phase
VIII: Objective and Goal Evaluation

III: Weekly Role Evaluation

Each week when you assemble a new Role Planning Sheet, you need to determine whether any of the roles listed should be changed, modified or deleted? Roles can change for various reasons.

You may get a promotion that places you in a new position. You may become a parent, forcing you to spend more time with your family. You may change jobs, taking you to a new city. Or you may delete a role because of a change of strategy. A weekly role evaluation looks at your current roles and changes them whenever appropriate.

Step 1: Assemble a new Weekly Role Planning Sheet for the week that is beginning (Appendix Form-M). Assign dates running from Sunday to Sunday at the top of the form.

Step 2: Review your current role assignment. Have any of your roles been changed or deleted? Should new roles be added that impact how you will allocate your time as diagrammed by the letter “H” on the illustration?

Step 3: Note any tasks/appointments that were not completed last week. If needed, assign these role tasks for the week as diagrammed by the letter “I” on the illustration.

Step 4: Assign tasks that you must complete during the week for each role as explained earlier.

Next week: we move onto IV: Daily Character Attribute Evaluation

You can find the day planning systems we are illustrating in this discussion in our FREE appendix file (Appendix as Form-N and Forms O.1-O.7 ).

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