Your Own Business Self-Analysis

Check out the video I made on the topic below:

In this article, I will try to answer the questions “Why is business analysis so important?”, “Which analysis should we use?” and “How do we analyze?”.

It doesn’t matter whether you’re still looking for your line of work or if you are adept in a business area, there are a few things you should do periodically to “get on track”. I am referring to Self-Analysis and planning.

The Self-Analysis process includes reviewing and analysis of your own interests, needs, and aims, skills, and qualities, values, your failures and successes so far, attitude models, etc. The process includes “piecing together” and analyzing the result.

Defining your own positive and negative features is particularly difficult. I will attach a SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats)  Analysis blank in this article, and that way each and every one of you can self-analyze. I advise you to do it here and now and try again in a week. You will be surprised how after one week the result will be completely different. You will find a lot more weaknesses in your self than you will today since during that week your consciousness will single out every single thing that happens to you based on the SWOT Analysis’ questions.

This analysis is pretty easy and quite useful for everyone.

I, personally, found strong sides of my character from it, which I never suspected. For example, I never realized, that working on three monitors at the same time is an advantage. But you can get a lot more work done.

I strongly advise you to do the Self-Analysis. Finding out your strong suits as well as the qualities or flaws you possess is a lot more important than finding out what your competitor’s strategy is.

You can find the SWOT Analysis blank here:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hTmu8u10gjpWY8Ke-FkRnN22TVgr0YqthCgrbGPW-ps/edit

 

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