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Weekly Review Framework

A simple 2x2 matrix to simplify the Weekly Review Process.


25 minute timer

The Weekly Review should not take more than 25 minutes.



Step 1: Time and Task Audit

Where did all the time go?

Scan your calendar from last week. Do your activities match your values? Did you work on things that would make your future self proud? If not, how might you overcome those blockers?

While doing so, get into the habit of labelling your activities according to their $10K Value.

Type your response here....

Step 2: Journaling

Who got your best energy?

How did you show up this past week? First, consider the most important people in your work and personal life. This could include spouses, kids, business partners, direct reports and investors. Did they get your best energy?

You can swap out this question for any journaling prompt you like. Here's some more inspiration: