One Stop for Your 2019 Goals

Posted by on Jan 3, 2019

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Ask the Organizer

THE BOOK IS READY!!

For years, I’ve wanted to help as many people as possible to get organized, be productive and live with more clarity- this book is the answer.

Ask the Organizer has answers to over 130 organizing and productivity questions related to your home, office and life. It will be available on January 15, 2019 as a free download for ONE DAY ONLY, mark your calendar!

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GO Month 2019

 

January is GO month or Get Organized Month and perhaps you’ve planned out some new year’s resolutions. Or not.

If you have ANY goal you are determined to master, here are 4 strategies to boost your success rate .

  1. Choose realistic goals/resolutions that will have the most impact on your personal or professional life.
  2. Avoid setting too many goals right at the start of the year. Prioritize your focus on those immediate goals of importance and then once you’ve got a handle on those goals- you can add others.
  3. Break down your yearly goals into smaller goals. One of the most significant books I read was the 12-week year by Brian P. Moran. It completely shifted the way I strategize my goal setting and approach. In a nutshell, every 3 months, you should set smaller goals that help chip away at the larger goals you’ve set for the entire year. It keeps me laser focused on my goals all year long.
  4. Be specific. Be sure to keep your goals measurable so you are acutely aware of your target all year long. For example: Increasing your sales for 2019 is a non-specific goal. You could say, I want to increase my sales by 5% and acquire 12 new clients. More detailed goals will simplify the planning and execution of  your 12-week goals.

Wishing you a successful goal-centered 2019!

“The secret of change is to focus all of your energy. Not on fighting the old, but on building the new.” Socrates