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Plan, Prep and Get After It!

Plan, Prep & Get After It!

by J'aime Nowak | Buffini & Company Director of Corporate Development and Training

With each and every day, you have a fresh opportunity to start—or continue the momentum of—your best year yet. Just take a moment to imagine the next 12 months as a blank slate to be filled with your goals, aspirations and endless possibilities. This mindset doesn’t have to be tied to New Year’s resolutions; truly, it can fuel your success all year long.

Now, to really harness this phenomenon, I’m going to share three key practices that will help you create your very best year. Although they are simple in theory, they are not common in practice. If you want success, happiness and fulfillment you’re going to have to plan, prepare and get after it.

1. Plan for it

Make your next calendar year everything it can be. Start by taking a look at where you are now. Are your goals the same as last year? Or have they changed? Don’t get stuck in a rut. Out with the old…if necessary. Shake up the status quo. Close your eyes, stifle any negative thoughts or...

Achieve new goals

Everyone has off days. Off weeks. It happens for many reasons. But a common cause is that we’ve chosen goals that don’t really motivate us. The problem with a goal that doesn't motivate us, is finding the discipline to follow through on it. It’s like going to the gym; there are days you want to go and days you don't. But often the days we go and  don’t want to go seem to work out the best. Discipline carries us through. That can be an unsustainable approach, however. Rather than replying on discipline, goals that are aligned with what you really want are easier to stick to, and get you fired up all by themselves!

 If some your goals aren’t quite the "light your fire" type of goals go back and answer these questions:

  • What do I value?

  • What do I enjoy?

  • What do I want most?

    • What do I want my legacy to be?

    Find out what really matters to you. Make a list of your answers, then write your goals based on what you come up with. The key goal is to find your inner determination....

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