Being a reflective practitioner, of anything worth doing, is one of the best ways to learn, be consistent or adjust when needed. In fact as part of the self learning cycle that you can manage for yourself, reflecting on past performance is a great way to pinpoint, for yourself, changes that are possible and improvements that can be made.
I’ve come across a number of examples of young and small companies lately and had discussions with them about when is it right to start developing their teams. And by that I mean when is it right to put money into developing people to improve performance and the way they work together to drive different, better or more results.
I’m imploring you to get into action!
You have to get something done. You have to show some results. You have to have a work product. It takes action. It takes focus. It could take a leap of faith (if you don’t have enough information). In the end, you have to get something done, complete, finished, handed-over, out the door, off your plate - you get the idea.