After a long day at work the question should be always the same. Was this really it? Was this really all I got? The answer is always the same. No it was not! I could have done this quicker. I shouldn’t have asked this silly question. I should have set my priorities differently…

In the last 12 month I have improved on so many levels, at work but also in my private life. True, if you invest a lot of time and energy into something you will get better over time. But that isn’t all it takes. If you do not reflect on your doing regularly, you will still learn your lessons, but not all of them.

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I am not saying that everyone should reflect on their doing as much as I do, but many people should consider changing their way learning. I am still far away from being able to do my job properly, at least in my eyes, but I am still following a very efficient learning curve.

The secret is not to try harder, but to ask the right questions. Learning is a difficult topic to tackle all at once in a small post like today’s number 1120. But it’s a topic we should all improve on. Make it a habit to reflect your doing. Make it a habit to strive to perfection. It will work and make you become a better version of yourself.

See you next time!

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