This year, instead of focusing on a “goal” (something in the future you haven’t yet attained), make the dialogue with yourself, your team, your family, and your peers about the “accomplishment” you’re right now in the process of completing.
Goal-setting is essential to achieving what you want from life. Before you plunge into setting goals, though, there is another equally important process you need to work on first… your vision.
Over the next month, you’ll be hearing a lot about goals and resolutions. And setting a goal is an important step, but once you set your goal, the next step is mapping your goal. These steps will help.
The end of the year is coming up fast, which makes this a great time to review your yearly goals and to take steps to get your goals back on track. This seven step plan will help.
The New Year is a natural time to review a marketing plan, recommit to the parts of that are working, and revise the things that aren’t.
Once you’ve made a big plan for what you want to achieve in the year to come, your next step is to create a specific task list to move you forward consistently.
Taking stock of your goals is an important step in furthering your success in the weeks and months to come. Use these questions as a guide and get an honest assessment of your success during the previous year.
What do you do in the face of missed goals? Do you give up? Or do you learn from your mistakes, adjust your course, and keep moving forward? Reality Blogger Candice Lazar shares her plan for dealing with a missed goal in 2016.