Episode 226: Why Quarterly Reviews Matter + What Mine Look Like

In this episode, I’m sharing why I do a quarterly review every three months, exactly what it looks like and how to get started (or make your quarterly reviews even better). 

As perfectionists, it’s important to consistently check in with ourselves to be sure that we aren’t getting in our own way and pra. And that we’re measuring our progress towards our goals with real data! In this episode, I’m sharing practical advice you can apply to your business during your next quarterly review.

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • Why quarterly reviews matter and why perfectionists should be doing them 
  • Recommendations for your quarterly reviews based on my experience
  • The format that I follow with my team during our quarterly reviews
  • Our company’s values and how quarterly reviews help us stay aligned with them

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Author: Sam Brown