December has arrived, whether you like it or not. I swear…where did November go?
Not only does it mean the holidays are upon us, but the calendar year is almost over.
And we all know the end of the year often makes people want to reflect on the past 11 months and think about ways to improve, keep things that worked and goals for the coming year.
So, grab a cup of your favourite coffee and put the pen to paper or perhaps your tablet, and let’s work through some exercises that will help you set your sights on a productive and effective 2019.
Write down your answers to each question.
Now it’s time to think back on the year and take the time to examine what didn’t work for you and your team.
OK, now it’s time to think about the future. You don’t always have to think big—sometimes it’s about setting goals that are achievable, too.
These are just several ideas to get you started thinking about potential goals for 2019. Set yourself up for success in 2019–that means don’t just write down the goals and forget about them. Follow up! Build your 90 day sprint for Jan-March in December. Regroup and make sure you check with yourself and your team regularly.
Check out our blog post about this topic:
#goals: Chunk down with 90-day sprints