Don’t let the time slip away. Have you set your goals for the year?
If not, there’s no time like the present.
Here are some articles that may help…
One of the most common annual goal setting exercises is the New Year’s Resolution. What secrets of prior success will help us achieve our goals?
If you haven’t set goals for yourself, there’s no time like now. If you are looking for a new goal setting approach, try mind maps.
The purpose of setting goals is to achieve them. However, obsessive pursuit of a goal is not always the best plan going forward.
Goal setting is uncomfortable and boring but so useful. Denise Reed of The Concierge Office Suites agreed with me – until she found a better way to do it.
There is one element that is sometimes missing from goals – the reason why we want to achieve the goal in the first place.
Only 12% of people achieve their new year’s resolutions. If we better understand the reasons we abandon goals, it will make it easier to stay the course.
In a 50-minute interview with Brandon Lewis, Dr. Melissa Gratias reveals how to set and achieve annual goals for your business.
Goal setting is a great weapon in your professional development arsenal. Below are some tell-tale signs your goals need to be revised or even abandoned.
How do you motivate yourself to achieve your goals? Listen to Dr. Gratias as she expands on the importance of goal commitment and how to attain it.
Are your goals balanced across all of your priorities? Listen to Dr. Gratias as she discusses how you are a whole, complex person who deserves balance.
Next steps: Schedule time on your calendar to set goals. Then, set a reminder on your task list to review them at least monthly.
To your success!
Are you ready to finally achieve what you set out to do?
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Melissa Gratias (pronounced “Gracious”) used to think that productivity was a result of working long hours. And, she worked a lot of hours. Then, she learned that productivity is a skill set, not a personality trait. Now, Melissa is a productivity expert who coaches and trains other businesspeople to be more focused, balanced, and effective. She is a prolific writer and speaker who travels the world helping people change how they work and improve how they live. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org or 912-417-2505. Sign up to receive her productivity tips via email.