I think it's built into us to evaluate and grade not only ourselves at every stop, but those around us. Through trying to be successful at school and working at jobs where constant improvement is demanded, it's no wonder we think that way.
But constant evaluation can be very hard on us. God may not even want us to do all the evaluating we do.
I suggest you Stop Evaluating.
If we're to be content with life, we'll need to consider what "success" or "bearing fruit" means. Is it about job promotion, salary, and achievement? Or is it in doing unseen Kingdom work?
Kingdom work is work that which accomplishes spiritual goals. To do Kingdom work is to do what God suggests you do, where he sends you to do it.
Kingdom work may be unpaid. It may involve cost of time, money, or energy.
Kingdom work may be paid in other ways--riches in heaven, or earthly rewards God brings you through a way other than income. You may earn greater peace, joy, and fulfillment through completing Kingdom assignments
Kingdom work involves planting seeds and/or watering them. It involves using our gifts and abilities to help others and to spread God's message of love.
It involves watering seeds other people have planted, whether we know it or not. It means nurturing the growth of young plants--being there for those who need guidance.
Focusing on Kingdom work earns you Kingdom commodity.
Kingdom work is hard to measure. No one around us may see all the work we do. We may not have tables and charts to present. Nevertheless, God knows and we know and that's what matters most.