19 Mar Time to Review your 2013 Goals
Did you know that you should review your annual goals quarterly to ensure that you are on track? March is a great time to review your quarterly goals. I am assuming that you did have an opportunity to set goals for 2013 and work with a coach or someone using success proven goal setting procedures and appropriate structures in place to help you work successfully towards your goals. A review of your goals in March will help to identify what needs to be changed, tweaked or modified. The most successful and proven way to reach your goals is to write them down and work with someone to develop winning actions and structures to get you towards your goals. Writing your goals down and working with someone to lay out a plan for their successful and attainment is an investment in yourself, your life and business. If you don’t yet have your goals on paper, do so now, if you can afford it, work with a coach to set goals to guide your progress for the rest of 2013. If you did set goals, then this is a great time to check-in and assess where you are in relations to your goals, plan some celebration for the goals you have attained and strategize to fine tune and accelerate the goals that you haven’t yet quite gotten too.
One of my clients in a quarterly review last year found a way to increase his business revenue by 20%, while another client implemented the winning strategies needed to finally get a raise she wanted for the past two years. These are opportunities they would have missed had they not taken the time to reflect and take quick action on their goals in our quarterly session. I urge you to stop and take the time to review your goals, see where you are and where you want to go and see if there are things you need to change, tweak or reverse. I have seen this process help clients save thousands of dollars, change relationships, get, raises, promotion and improve their wellness. Go ahead! Give yourself permission to review your goals today.
To Your Success and Wellness
Joyce Odidison is a Conflict Analyst, Strategist, Interpersonal Wellness Expert and Executive Coach who works with entrepreneurs, mid-career professionals, executives and organizations to maximize time, resources, energy and results, so they maintain life balance and wellness. Joyce is also Director of Manitoba’s only ICF approved coach training program. She trains and mentors Coaches and Wellness Facilitators. You can learn about the IWS Network of Coaches and Facilitators by clicking the link below. www.interpersonalwellness.com