Do you know what your company goals are and how you’re progressing towards them? If you’re scratching your head, you’re not alone.
No mega-successful entrepreneur has ever achieved success without clearly defining his or her business goals and purpose first.
Here are 4 steps to do that in your own business, starting today.
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#1 REVIEW YOUR PAST YEAR
Don't be too quick to only look forward and go full throttle ahead. Take time to also review on your past year.
Be ruthless about both your successes and failures. Dig deep and reflect on the reasons for your successes? In what areas did you have challenges in and how can you improve on them? How can you prevent them from happening in 2020?
Apply those experiences to help you in your journey towards making your goals happen in 2020.
#2 PRIORITISE YOUR INITIATIVES
It would be great if we could successfully implement every great strategic idea we have.
The reality is that most of us small businesses have limited resources whether be it time, money, and support. It doesn't mean that success can't be achieved, is simply means that you need to assign a level of prioritisation on the strategic initiatives in front of you.
Batch them together into categories of 'must-do' and 'nice to do.'
If there are priorities that will likely compete for resources, agree which are most important and do those first.
#3 MAKE AN ACTION PLAN
As much as it is important to set goals, it is also good for you to have an action plan that will help you achieve the goals that you set.
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This is one of the most important aspects of setting goals. Very often people are always focused on the outcome of their goals and not on the process that will lead to achievement.
Writing out the individual steps that will lead to achieving the ultimate goal, and then crossing each step as you complete it will give you the direction you need to achieve your goals.
If you set a big or demanding goal, it is important that you write down the steps so that you can re-visit it when you are confused.
#4 TAKE TIME FOR APPRECIATION
Celebrate every small win. Don’t put it off.
Even if you discovered or learned something new, what's not to celebrate? You learned a new skill! That’s a good enough reason to celebrate.
Doing this as often as you can will help keep you even more motivated towards your goals because you'll remind yourself that you are making progress.
Once you’ve watched or read through this article, I’d love to hear from you.
What are the challenges you face while trying to achieve your business goals? And how do you overcome those challenges? Do share your knowledge and experience in the comments below.
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I really hope these tips helped you to take a step back, don't be discouraged, and appreciate the journey 😘Just because you are not going at the speed that you want, doesn't mean you aren't making progress.
Thank you so much for watching, sharing, and adding your thoughts.
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