I write this on June 29, 2011. We’re half-way through 2011.
July 1–the 2nd half of 2011 begins. This is a good time to ask ourselves some questions, to take stock, and to adjust or make new plans, let go of what’s not working, to enlist help for where we’re stuck, and to acknowledge progress however big or small, fast or slow.
If you’re currently employed, what’s going well in your work? What are you learning? What are you contributing?
If you’re looking for a new gig (whether or not you’re working), are you satisfied with your search results? Do you have the technical and moral support you’d like? How are you helping others?
Consider these questions, then make modifications or upgrades in your strategies, connections, and/or support. Then, at the end of the year, you’ll be able to look back and know that you made the best of your time and efforts.