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2020 has been a tough year. You might have filled this year with virtual meetings, family meals, exercise, politics, sports or watching movies. Perhaps you jump started your business in an Annual Planning Session with your team or hired a business plan writing service to produce a first-rate business plan. Maybe you saved your company from a costly mistake, delivered food to an elderly neighbor, or helped your kids with home learning. Take a moment now to evaluate the actions you are most proud of.
What gave you the most success and fulfillment this year? Just about every day, something gave you a measure of personal or business success. Once you have figured out which actions created the best outcomes, you can determine how to best deploy these actions to generate your greatest success and fulfillment.
With constant demands for our attention, it’s all too easy to get distracted in today’s 24/7 world. How did you keep yourself on track to achieve your priorities? The most successful people deploy strategies to focus their attention on what’s most important, regardless of the circumstances. Most people know how to focus their attention, but they don’t do it consistently. Do you need to develop the habit to optimize your time consistently.
Unfortunately, we all make choices that don’t serve us. You may have lost your temper when it would have been best to stay cool, or short changed someone who believes in you. We all make mistakes. Fortunately, our conscience will often prompt us to rectify these issues. By permanently eliminating the one thing you’re least proud of each year, you will raise your self-respect and the quality of your life.
We all have goals that we’d love to achieve but haven’t. That’s mostly because it’s easier said than done to achieve every goal we set. Procrastination and distractions are obstacles we all face. Keep in mind that all distractions are equal when they separate you from your highest priorities.
When you maximize what is in your best interests, you will automatically reduce what does not serve you. Take a moment now to define the issues that sabotage your personal and business best interests. You may already know about these culprits, so you don’t need to dwell on them. Instead, take some time to determine the actions that will minimize them. If you would like help, we are here for you.
Most people evaluate their achievements on a yearly basis. If you’re not proud of this year, you still have time to make the most of it — if you act now. Take time right now to figure out your three highest priorities to end this year with your head held high. What is missing that you must include to maximize this year? Just do it now!
If you are in business, it is time to figure out what you want to achieve above all else next year. Considering that your 2021 business plan will most likely include sweeping changes in global business, your Annual Planning Session will be crucial to optimize your organization’s success trajectory. Accomplished properly, your Annual Planning Session will provide the basis for maximum growth and accomplishments.
On a personal level, you will most likely have goals in many areas of your life. Write down your most important goals. Prioritize these goals and then break them down into achievable steps. Place them in your calendar and put your best self in charge of them. If you take just one action on each of your goals every week, you’ll be amazed how much you will accomplish in 52 weeks. Share your goals with a friend or trusted adviser to keep you accountable.
Your life is always in the present moment. Become mindful of how you can stay consistently engaged in making the most of the ever-present moment. This requires Optimal Thinking. Optimal Thinking generates the best choices and empowers you to do your best. Be sure to make Optimal Thinking second nature!
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