Setting your new goals for a fantastic new year.
Surprisingly Many business owners do not review the success of their year or even set goals to succeed in the new year. Do not let this be you and it is nt too late to not only set some goals for a fabulous period, but have some tips on how others are doing this more successfully.
Here are some excellent ideas on the topic of how to establish goals for any upcoming period or annual goal setting:
- It is important to actually write them down with a pen or pencil rather than record them in electronic format.
- Use a pretty and special book. Small enough and easy enough to carry with you on the journey of the year ahead.
- Tick off what you have achieved as you go through the year
- Keep a little list of things to do under each of your goals. Having a list makes you more productive and you do not waste time thinking about what you have to do next.
- Pick a theme for success for the year such as “the year of making it as a $1M turnover business” or a non business goal such as “the year of returning to my ideal weight”.
- Do not set too many goals, keep it to just what you really want.
- Sharpen the saw before you start cutting. So get strategic on a goal rather than rushing in without a plan.
- Clarify and crystalise what you really want to achieve and how you want to do it. Have the specific ways you are going to achieve all your goals. Put more time into the weakest areas, but exploit your strengths as well.
- Create a board with images of where you dream to be.
- Have immediate as well and long term goals.
- Make it a plan to spend more time on areas of your life that are getting less results. But at the same time do not weaken your strengths as well.
- Use a weekly to do list with specific actions that you believe will take you towards yours overall goals.
- Keep your goals and dreams to yourself or at least only share with someone you know well that will not deter you or distract you.
- Balance you life between relationships, work, health, wealth, friends
- Use you own words for your goals and dreams not someone else’s and set your own standards.