This year is coming to an end and there has been so much online about setting goals for 2015.
I’ve never been much of a goal setter but I do create visions and commitments so I thought I would check out some goal setting techniques too.
I felt inspired and so I created my Business Vision (Thank you Vision360), I created a Business Goals Calendar (Thank you Amy Porterfield), and I did an Annual Review (Thank you Chris Guillebeau).
All of them were spectacular and I will give more details in my next newsletter. But first I want to share with you how I did them and my takeaways.
I wrote my business vision by using the “Free Guide to Creating Your Business Vision” written by Vision360’s Ali Schiller
My takeaway: I love to create practices that serve people’s health and wellness. I want everyone to be as healthy and well as possible and I believe EVERYONE deserves that.
A true aha moment for me.
Business Goals Calendar:
I created a Business Goals Calendar because I saw a picture on Facebook of one made by Amy Porterfield.
Goal setting doesn’t have to be so intense. I just got a 2015 calendar and wrote ONE overall goal for each month of the year. If I didn’t have one for a month, then I left it blank or I wrote VACATION.
This one was more descriptive then the last goal setting technique. Chris Guillebeau provided the template. And it was really fun. I first reviewed 2014 and then I set goals for 2015. I hit all the things I really want to focus on in the next year.
A lot of things went really well in 2014 and some things didn’t go so well. I will share all of these in my next newsletter. The things that didn’t go so well became part of my focus for 2015.
With Love and Light,