THE PLAY OF THE WEEK
I am a big sports fan, and yes, hockey is my all time favorite.
The reviewing and making adjustments used to be made in the intermissions between the periods of play.
But not anymore.
A player gets off the ice in hockey, or field of play in football, and immediately reaches for a tablet to review the play that just happened, and make adjustments.
It’s what professionals do.
How often do you and your team review the plays on the field and make adjustments?
GET OFF THE BENCH & INTO THE GAME
Try this for the next 6 weeks, at the end of every week ask your team these 3 questions:
1. What went well this week?
2. What is the one challenge we faced?
3. What is ONE thing we will commit to doing differently next week?
Progress is made in the reviewing and doing.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
“1% daily improvement compounds to double your result every 72 days. Compounding daily performance is what creates peak performance.”
– Todd Herman