After implementing the methods provided in the challenges we started to listen more carefully to our customers and also changed our approach to them. Alina P. (Poland) I have managed to overcome obstacles, achieve goals, learn to see a topic from another point of view, and apply what I have learned, today I feel stronger and more empowered. Enrique P. (Spain) It is an excellent way to benefit from a self-evaluation – be more aware of your qualities and weaknesses. Dan I. (Romania)


In this challenge you will be having the opportunity to revise your ideas and to learn how easy is for people to overestimate their performance as well as the accuracy of their knowledge. Good decision making is a skill you must master if you want to be successful. Thinking about the factors that will bring about the results we desire are necessary for improved decision-making. We must reflect on how to engage those elements efficiently, create situations that make them manifest regularly and use our skills to replicate the


Analyse your ability of making good decisions

To Do

It is especially important to consider your confidence level in terms of time management. Most people overestimate how much they can accomplish in a certain period of time. Do you think it will only take you one hour to have a backup plan?

Action Plan

1. Think about your next tasks (personal or professional). Take time every day to estimate the likelihood that you will be successful.

          a. Every day: REMEMBER: Take ten minutes to decide the time needed for completion of your tasks. What do we aim to achieve? The goal of all this is to establish routines of good habits that we go through at various points. In this order you will be having the opportunity to revise your first decision and to make better decisions.

          b. Write in the portfolio:

                    i. DAY 1.- Early morning can be an excellent time for making good decisions. Think very well to your next tasks and decide the time needed for their completion. Write down your decision and be very fast because you ‘’trust’’ your performance.

                    ii. DAY 2.- A new day, a new idea. Think about your next tasks (the same) and try to revise the time needed for their completion. Is there a new decision? Do you think you need the same time or more time? Why?

                    iii. DAY 3.- Be honest! Imagine some possible obstacles which could limit the completion of

your tasks. How do you feel? Do you have the power to overcome the obstacles? Why? Then, at the end of the day, review your estimates.

                    iv. DAY 4.- Good decisions makers recognize areas in their lives where overconfidence could be a problem. Were you as accurate as you thought? Do you think you overestimate sometimes how much you can accomplish in a certain period of time? Have you estimated a different time each day for the completion of your tasks? Why?

4 Days
Every day

Daily on the task to be carried out each day

Achievement and Award

Every day write down a “point” if you have done what it was planned the previous day and think about the next task of the day.