Evaluation: conscious learning
Your learning will noticeably increase if you make a habit of always spending a few minutes writing down what you learned when you did the task. Examples of questions you can ask yourself are:
Over time, if you write down your targets, tactics, and evaluations, you will create an invaluable diary, which will give you unique insights into yourself, your achivements, skills and development needs, as well as a deeper understanding of the context in which you perform, e.g. your company.
Also, when you look at one task in your diary that you performed a couple of months ago, you will also be able to recall what happened before and after that task.
Below Stefan shares some simple templates you can start to use and then develop as you see fit. You also find a page describing what benefits people who have started to work with Stefan's methodology for accelerated development experience.