Your written plan for life will help you assess how well you are fulfilling what you stated was important in previous moments of inspiration, such as writing a goal or outlining a resolution.
If you are not getting the results you envisioned, you may not be doing what you need to do as much as required to change your attitude, ability, and action so you have the capacity to “be, know, and do” (US Army) to produce desired results.
Sunday mornings provide for me a time of enhanced spirituality to think of inspired callings and actual results, then use the inspiration and insight into what needs to change to plan for the next week–aiming to live my priorities better closer to my best-self. You can pick a time daily or weekly to assess your performance focused on priorities. This “look in the mirror” can inspire improvement as well as commitment to what’s working. David