3 Things need to be completed for 2023.
It is reported that 95+% of people going into a new year do not have written measurable goals.
We all have heard this bit of wisdom, yet we still do not have written goals.
Begin now to look toward goals for 2023.
Do these three things during December, and you will be part of the 5% of people who have written goals.
1. Set an appointment time with yourself, 30–60 minutes. Get a blank paper or a blank computer screen and begin writing your thoughts and ideas for accomplishment next year. This first attempt at goal setting doesn’t have to be neat — take time to think about and write your ideas, thoughts, and expectations for 2023. The first attempts are pretty messy and unorganized. Then put this information away for a few days (Be sure to put it in a place to easily find it).
2. Set another time with yourself for 30–60 minutes and get your first list and notes out. You will be surprised at the progress you will have already made toward thinking about and planning for next year. Review your first session, subtract, add, and modify your original list and notes.
3. Set a 3rd time with yourself near the end of December. Many people tell me they like doing this during the holiday season when not working and can really spend time thinking about wants and goals for next year. Make this list as neat and useable as you want. Put your list in place to retrieve it often. Do not be afraid to change, delete, or add goals; this is a work in progress, and it may never be complete.
Doing this every year and setting up a tracking system, and measuring progress ensures that you will see goals completed.
You will do and accomplish more.
Try for yourself and get into the 5% group of people who write and strive to achieve their goals.
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