Write Your Way Into More BA Career Growth

In our day-to-day jobs, we business analysts are always writing. Whether it’s emails, requirements specifications, or process documentation, we externalize our thinking in ways that few people are forced to do.

Do you find, like me, that the act of writing also helps you think more clearly, analyze more deeply, and communicate more effectively?

If so, do you apply your writing not just in your work but also about your work?

Taking some time to write about your career experiences can help you reflect more deeply about what you are achieving.

  • Writing encourages us to reflect on our strengths and weaknesses, understand our contributions to positive and negative situations, and become generally more aware of what we do and how we do it.
  • Writing can make us better speakers, better communicators, and better people in general.
  • Writing can clarify our thinking and help us prepare for conversations.

You can write to set goals for the day or week. You can write to reflect on which goals you accomplished and which you did not. You can write about your experiences and your expectations.

You can look back on your writing and find evidence of your personal growth and change. You can publish your writing to get feedback on where you are at and seek input on your direction. If you chose to incorporate writing into your professional development plan, you’ll be amazed at the power you find within yourself.

Everyday that I write I am a bit more powerful…from the inside. How about you?

Learn More…

Click one of the links below to learn more about growing your business analyst career:

What To Do When There is Too Much To Do

Are Your Stretching Yourself Enough to be a Great BA?

5 Ways to Earn More Trust

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