The Weekly Review: A Productivity Ritual to Get More Done
It’s dedicated time to think about the past week, reflect on what went well and what didn’t, and plan for the week ahead.
It’s a chance to get aligned with your goals and ensure that the work you’re doing on a daily basis is helping you reach them
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