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Ep. 27 – You Need a Simple Weekly Business Examen & Review Practice

The Importance of a Weekly Business Examen & Review for Christian Women Entrepreneurs

In this episode, we’re talking about the importance of regularly reviewing and reflecting on your business, as well as how to create a practical and doable routine for this purpose.

I’m taking you through five simple steps to conduct a weekly examen and review process of your business, along with tips on how to incorporate this routine into your own business.

The Selah Entrepreneur Podcast - Episode 27 - You need a simple weekly business examen and review practice

A Weekly Business Examen is an Essential Business Tool

Whether you’re a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this episode will guide you in creating a practice that aligns your business goals with your personal growth and invites God into your entrepreneurial journey. 

Here are four key takeaways from our conversation:

  1. Conduct a weekly review: Set aside time each week to reflect on the previous week’s accomplishments, tasks, and challenges. Brain dump any pending or incomplete items, and document them so you can carry them over if needed. This helps clear your mind and prepares you for the week ahead.
  2. Conduct a weekly business examen: Use the “ADMAR” acronym (Alive, Draining, Moments, Aware, Release) to guide your reflection. Identify moments where you felt most alive and grateful, acknowledge draining experiences, become aware of God’s presence, and release any worries or fears into His hands. This practice opens the door for spiritual growth and guidance in your business.
Creating a simple weekly business examen and review practice is an essential tool in your clarity journey. Marta Goertzen, host of The Selah Entrepreneur Podcast

3. Make personal and business priority lists: Determine both personal and business priorities for the upcoming week. This includes appointments, projects, deadlines, and other essential tasks.

4. Review and prep for the week: Take the time to review your schedule and ensure nothing falls through the cracks. Proactively planning allows you to be intentional and focused in your work.

To dive deeper into these practices and learn how they can benefit your business, listen to the full podcast episode, (or read the transcript). You can listen to the episode below or find it on The Selah Entrepreneur podcast on your favorite podcast platform.

Remember, regularly examining and reviewing your business is a crucial part of your clarity journey and growth as an entrepreneur. Give it a try and see how it transforms your perspective and productivity. 


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