The Weekly Check-In

The Weekly Check-In.png

The weekly check-in. Is it a waste of time? Well, we do not think so, no. A weekly check-in is where you put time aside to check in with yourself. It’s so often that we let weeks, months and sometimes years pass us by without stopping to see how we are doing.


The weekly check-in has numerous benefits:


  • It can reduce stress. Offloading all of the things going on in your mind is very soothing.

  • It keeps you focussed. Knowing what you have done and what you are doing keeps you on track.

  • It stops you from going down the wrong path. When you listen to yourself, you can prevent making the wrong choices.


So with all of these benefits, we thought it would be a good idea to help you get started. So we wanted to share some of our favourite questions to ask when you have a check-in. These are only ideas to spark your imagination though, so feel free to tailor them to you and take away ones that don’t fit.



The Questions


How are you feeling? Rate from 1-5. 


This is a good way to track how you feel and what affects how you feel.

Why do you feel like this?

Explore what has triggered how you feel and evaluate how you would handle it differently in the future. 


Goals achieved this week.

Review the goals you set the previous week and any extra things you did.

If you didn’t achieve all of your goals, what was the reason? Be honest with yourself. Could you avoid this barrier in the future?


What went well?

This can be business or lifestyle wise. Reflecting on our small and big wins is essential.


What are your priorities for the coming week?

To prevent overwhelm, it is a good idea to pick 1-2 things that MUST get done. You can set additional goals, but these tasks must get done.


Additional tasks for the week.

These are the things you would like to get done in the following week.


Intentions for the week.

Think about how you want to feel. Reference the goals that you set at the start of the year.


What’s my biggest challenge and who can help me?

Write down your challenges and think where you need to acquire help. It could be a book, a friend or a professional.


How manageable was my workload?

This is an excellent question to ask yourself on a regular basis. You want to challenge yourself but not set unrealistic expectations.


What am I grateful for?

It’s important to reflect on what you are grateful for that week. 


Anything else to add?

This is the opportunity for your to mind dump anything that is on your mind. From to-do or problems to journal.

We hope that this has given you a good start.



Remember there are so many ways to track your personal sessions. Depending on how you like to work. There are apps, online journals and physical journals. Make it work for you. Remember it is to improve your happiness, health and business.


About the author

Chloe Slade is the Marketing Manager here at Cone and focuses on creating content that brings business and lifestyle together. Chloe is keen makeup lover,  foodie and loves to work from luxurous destinations.