A few days ago, a senior leader who was already financially free gave us three life growth suggestions for young people, one of which is: frequent, continuous, and in-depth review.
In the world of Go, almost all chess players follow a truth: every time they win or lose, what they have to do is not to be immediately happy or depressed, but to calmly replay. Simply put, from the perspective of a bystander, do a "find fault + like" for the game of chess you just played.
In the field of sports competition, the word "replay" appears very frequently.
For example, in the World Cup, everyone is praising Ronaldo for his freedom of self-discipline, saying that he is extremely protective of his body, his training is extremely strict, and his diet is extremely controlled. But many people ignore that physical self-discipline is just a factor for Ronaldo's success. Football is not something that can be done by training a muscular man. Football is a collective sport, the body is the foundation, and whether you can become a super-class player depends on your brain and ball quotient.
In the documentary "Cristiano Ronaldo", he would play with his son for a while every night after returning home, and even to play, he would turn on the TV to play the playback video.
After each game, Ronaldo will get the game video prepared by the team as soon as possible, analyze the game from the overall situation, and deduce the summary from the details. Pass after pass, break through, shoot after shot, every shot has to be looked back in order to find out the loopholes or deficiencies and make better preparations for the next game.
For us ordinary people, the review is equally important.
Sun Taoran, the founder of Lakala, highly respects the word replay. He has mentioned his understanding of growth more than once:
There are three ways for human growth: one is to learn from books, the other is to learn from people around you, and the last one is especially important: to learn from yourself.
And the so-called learning from oneself is replay. Through the review, we can tap the potential of ourselves, as a bystander, to objectively and rationally analyze the past self, and learn from the past self. This is also the first shortcut to achieve rapid growth.
2. You don’t have time to re-examine because you don’t know the benefits of re-examination
When many people see this, they may say: But I don't have time to take care of the review!
This sentence reveals your attitude: Compared with unfinished things, review is not so important. Because you have naturally prioritized the review to the back, naturally it cannot be implemented first.
Whether you can concentrate on doing one thing depends on whether you pay attention to it or not. So, let's sort out the importance of the review to see if it is important enough for us to deal with it first.
Benefit 1: Review allows you to jump out of the trees and see the forest
When we do one thing, it is easy to fall into a state of "being led by the nose". Although today's work is finished today, there are too many things to do, so I can only rely on time to get together. After finally finishing the work, a new task Latest Mailing Database came. In this way, I entered a state where the busier and more tired, the more tired and busier I became, and I couldn't stop at all.
This busyness may seem fulfilling, but it is actually dangerous. Once fully immersed in specific transactional work, there will be a dilemma of "seeing the trees but not the forest".
In the first year I joined the company, I also fell into this kind of low-level busywork. I didn’t review the business, I didn’t look back, I rushed forward blindfolded, but my growth was extremely slow. Once chatting with a senior, I was very touched. At that time, he asked about my work status, and then asked a question: "What do you think the company relies on to make money?"
I don't know, shaking my head.
He then asked: "Have you thought about the development status and trend of the entire industry of the company's main business?"
I still don't know, keep shaking my head. At this time, I realized that I had entered a vicious cycle of fussing.
A passage from a senior that has benefited me a lot:
The work in the grid is the most taboo to bury yourself in the grid. People who really regard themselves as the screw of the company will always only care about their own one-third of the land. Be sure to look back, think about the significance of your work to the operation of the entire company, and then expand your cognitive boundaries from point to point to understand the macro logic of the overall development and operation of the company. If you don't even have an independent judgment on the company and the industry as a whole, then you will only stay in a small nail stage that is not very useful.
Benefit 2: Review, help you accurately locate work routines
I don't know if you have such confusion, why some people have only worked for one year, but they have worked for three or five years than many people, and they seem more professional and sophisticated? Are we not smart enough? Are we not working hard enough?
The most important thing is that they find the routine in the work faster than others. The so-called routines are frameworks, processes, and experiences that can be used almost without thinking, and transform these experiences into an ability that grows on oneself, which can be invoked anytime, anywhere.
Routines, the most attractive thing to me, is that they can simplify complex things. For example: When I write an article, many people will say, you have to work overtime every day, and you have to keep changing. How did you do it? My answer is: routines.