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The end of the year is a time to evaluate the past year’s accomplishments and disappointments. It is also when many people and organizations begin creating strategies for the New Year. Our recommendation is that you spend time evaluating the past year and learn the valuable lessons from your successes and from your disappointments. These lessons can provide great insight as you move towards setting goals. We also spend time with our clients looking at what roadblocks have been in the way over the past year.
Goals should be set based on your values, your lessons learned and a clear and positive mindset for moving forward. Focus this year on your top 10 priorities. Write goals that are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Time Bounded. With SMART goals you can track your progress and see your success. Selecting the top ten helps you stayed focus on what’s really important. Keep your plan in front of you and work it. Creating a new plan for the year is a great first step towards creating the success that you want. Working the plan and making it happen is the real key to producing the results that you want.
Break down your goals each month into smaller monthly goals, and even better is to break them into weekly goals. Establish a system of accountability. Most people start out the year with a great plan and great strategy and as the year moves on, they lose focus and the plan drifts. Our coaching provides you with the ongoing support and accountability to produce results. Call us, we would love to support your success in 2006 through one of our established programs or a custom designed program.
Staying focused on goals and the things we desire is one of the greatest challenges many of us face. Perhaps we set a goal or a desire this year to change jobs, or lose weight, or improve our performance, but in the day to day of our busy lives we lost track of it and as a result we end up abandoning it until next year.
Spend some time creating your focused plan for success and give us a call if you need some help!
Accomplishing the dreams, goals and things we desire is important for each individual and business. We look forward to hearing about your success.
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