To really master anything, you need reflection time. This means that you create a habit, then you reflect, fine-tune it, and create the habit again. This cycle continues until you achieve perfection.
If there is a skill that you really want to master, review your progress and adjust your habits regularly.
When something becomes a habit, we stop thinking about it. So without clear intentions, we will not improve any further.
Schedule an annual review to fine-tune your habits.
The annual review should summarize what went well, what didn’t, and what you learned.
Make an Integrity Report at least once a year.
The report should have answers to the following questions:
What are the core values that drive my life and work?
How am I living and working with integrity right now?
How can I set a higher standard in the future?