Happy New Year!
A “New Year” often equals a new beginning. A fresh start for your business or your life.
If you have taken some time to reflect on the last 12 months, Reflect on Your Year and Plan for 2018 and then set outcome specific goals, Set Your Goals for 2018 Now, you are ready to hit the ground running to turn those goals into your reality.
It is easy to make goals, sometimes more difficult to make them work for you.
You just have to make up your mind, make a plan, and stick with the plan. Be accountable to yourself and preferably someone else.
Hopefully, you have decided on some resolutions or goals for the year. Now write them down. Make a list if you must.
According to Huffington Post, researchers tell us that the chance of success increases by 42% when you write the goal down. So writing them down is important.
Put the goals somewhere visible to you, so you can look at them, read them and remind yourself of them every day.
Create a plan of how you will tackle each goal. The best way to do this is to break each goal into bite-sized steps or mini projects.
A huge goal is much more doable when it is broken into small chunks.
Now, start working on your goals. Spend only 15 minutes a day on a goal or resolution, and just imagine the progress you will make by the end of the year. Don’t delay! Get started now and make it a habit to spend time working on your goals each day.
This time next year you will be happy you made the effort to create goals, put them on paper, and did the hard work of making them come true.
So let’s get started and make 2018 your very best year ever!
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