10 Simple Questions to Guide Your Year-End Review I Ray J. Green
Do you believe in New Year's resolutions? Did you know that about 9% of people successfully keep their New Year's resolutions? Most people quit with the new year's goals before January ends, and more than 40% of people are most likely to give up on their new year's resolution by February. It doesn't mean that the resolutions are a complete waste. If you want a lasting change from those good intentions, then you need better support systems to make them work. This episode will help you work on reflective exercises and actionable plans to effectively make your goals for this year work to your advantage.
1. Reflect on one word you would use to describe how you feel about your business. If your business feels rewarding, the focus will be on maintaining or improving that because that makes entrepreneurship sustainable. If the company is bringing you down, then you're on the road to being overwhelmed and burned out, and the focus has to be on changing that.
2. Almost everything you do is habitual. Excellence, then, is an act, not a habit. What are the habits that served you well? What are the practices that you want to develop for the upcoming year?
3. Fast forward, picture yourself 12 months from now, sitting down and going through the same process again. What are three things that, if you have not accomplished, you will feel disappointed in? High performers aren't out there relying on randomness. Ask yourself what needs to happen to ensure you can achieve your goals.
If you want to create realistic resolutions and a workable system that benefits you, listen and take note of the ten simple questions you need to ask yourself if you'll have your breakthrough in the coming Year.
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