In most companies upper management have an annual review of their performance.
This is a good tool we can all use. When setting goals it’s important to schedule periodic reviews.
It’s great for tracking progress.
Take time and go over what you accomplished this past year.
Make a list. What you accomplished at work. And on the personal front: family, friends, and community.
Analyze what went right. Knowing that it will boost your success rate for future goals.
What were your challenges?
To name just a few: lack of skills, procrastination, and lack of patience.
(Many of us are way too familiar with the last one.)
Do remember: most of our challenges are related to our behaviors and state-of-mind.
As in, “If you think you can do it, chances are you CAN DO IT.”
Knowing your challenges gives you an opportunity to work on and improve in this coming year.
And help your personal growth.
Don’t do as I do, do as I say
My goal? To start exercising. (I know — soo original ; )
Several years ago, some well-intentioned friends dragged me to a gym. And didn’t leave my side till I signed the membership.
That was in Sep. I dragged myself there, dutifully, 3-4 times a week. By January I’ve had enough and stopped going.
That was my January resolution : )
This is a case of “Don’t do as I do, do as I say.” Exercise is good for you.
That’s why it’s on my list for this coming year: start an exercise regimen.
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