Tuesday November 19, 2019 . . . "If You Don't Know Where You're Going, How Will You Know When You Get There?"
This title of one of my favorite books pretty well describes the dilemma of many New-Years-Resolution-Setters ... you know, the folks who enthusiastically set their New Years Resolutions determined to find a new job, only to lose momentum fairly soon.
The problem: Failure to develop a plan to achieve their resolutions - or, by another name, their goals. New Years Resolutions can be a good thing if you set yourself up for success. Here's how to do it:
(1) Determine specifically what you would like to achieve and write down your resolutions.
(2) Ask yourself what actions you can take everyday toward achieving your resolutions. How many calls do you need to make each day or networking meetings to attend each week?
(3) Estimate timetables for achieving mini- and maxi-goals, or resolutions, and hold yourself accountable!
"How Will You Know When You Get There?" By being specific and realistic when making your New Year's resolutions!
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