Will you plan for what you want in 2019 this week?©

Nope.  Not a typo.  I meant 2019.  I’ve learned from multiple sources and have come to experience it myself.  You can accomplish less in one year than what you think you can and much more in 3.

2019 imageSo, what do you want your outcomes to be in 2019?  Best to start thinking about it right now.  When you take that perspective you can release the pressure of needing everything to happen quickly and allow yourself to dream big and take the right baby steps necessary to get there.  If you want a better culture in your organization it will probably take longer than you think to accomplish, but the payoffs will be much bigger than you can probably predict.  If you want truly satisfying accomplishments, you need to think longer term otherwise you’ll be hitting tons of goals but they won’t mean that much in the long term.

Try asking yourself and your team these questions this week:

  1. What one or two small habits can you change that, over time, will create a big impact if done consistently for the next 3 years?
  2. Who do you need to deepen a relationship with that will result in an important mentorship or collaboration in the future?
  3. How will you plan each day, week, month and the next year to ensure that you are using your energy and talents optimally?
  4. Why do you want something different than what you have right now? Establish a strong reason that ignites your passion so that when things get tough you remember why you are making the changes and sacrifices in the first place.

 

 

 

 

 

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