Day 1 (21 January 2009):
Obama to Close Foreign Prisons and Guantánamo Camp
...imposes new rules on government transparency and ethics, freezes the salaries of his senior aides, mandates new limits on lobbyists and demands that the government disclose more information.
Day 2 (22 January 2009):
installs high-level emissaries to handle the Arab-Israeli issue and Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Day 3 (23 January 2009):
President Obama on Friday stepped squarely into the fractious effort in Congress to assemble an $825 billion economic recovery package
Day 4 (24 January 2009): Give him a break, it's the weekend (Saturday)
Day 5 (25 January 2009, Sunday)):
President Obama will direct federal regulators on Monday to move swiftly on an application by California and 13 other states to set strict automobile emission and fuel efficiency standards, two administration officials said Sunday. (The directive makes good on an Obama campaign pledge and signifies a sharp reversal of Bush administration policy regarding emissions)
Day 7 (27 January 2009)
President Obama dispatched his special envoy, George J. Mitchell, to the Middle East on Monday, kicking off a diplomatic initiative that Mr. Obama pledged would be vigorous and sustained, but would start off primarily as a listening tour.
I wouldn't say that is bad going for a newly installed Crown Prince who was always considered long on talk and short on specifics.