Whether personalized or job relationship It is timely and has helped me to synthesize my thoughts
I do the following, in writing with a planner* (High Performance Planner — Brendon Burchard designed for goals that look at annual, daily and monthly goals and activities to accomplish those goals.
- What were my personal goals for the last year that I accomplished? (Be grateful for each accomplishment.) What were the individual goals for last year that I did not accomplish? Why? How can I ensure that I will achieve them in 2021 ?(Be grateful for every success and what I learned from every failure.)
- Physical — What do I do to be healthier last year? What steps did I take to accomplish those things? Be so very thankful for everything I do, each success, and everything I have and what I learned from my failures and mistakes.
- Mental — What did I do to be mentally more aware and present in my life? What steps did I take? What can I do more successfully? What did I learn from my efforts? (Be grateful for everything learned and each mistake and each success.)
- Emotional — What did I do in 2020 to become more emotionally stable and more in charge of my emotions? What were my accomplishments and success ? What were my failures? What can I learn from both of these? (Be grateful and thankful for the successes, failures, and what was learned?)
- Spiritual — What did I do successfully last year to grow my spirit? Where can I be more successful? How did I fail? How did I measure my success? (Be thankful and grateful for each achievement, each learned lesson, and each failure.)
- What hobbies or personally enjoyed skills did I learn more about or enhance this year. (Books read etc.) What did I learn? How do I know this or measure this? (Be grateful for each act I take for my pleasure and learning.)
- What else can I do to become “My Best Person?
- ”What were my goals for the business this past year?
- How did I measure them?
- What did I succeed in doing? (Be grateful for the success.)
- How do I know I have succeeded? (What measurement did I use?)
- What did I do, read, or learn to have that successful?
- What were my failures? Why did I fail at that goal? What could I have done that I didn’t? (Be grateful for what I learned.)
- What things might I have done to either avoid the failure or enhance success? (Be thankful for each step of the journey: each success and uniquely for each failure as you learn more from failures.)
- What are my personal goals for the coming year? (Be grateful for the creation of each target, each new idea, each step of the process.)
- Physical — health, weight, eating habits. How will I measure the success of each goal?
- Mental — my presence in my life, and my intent of the action, mentally to remain present. What will I do? How will I measure my success?
- Emotional — Blaise Pascal said: “Every time someone offends me, I try to raise my soul so high, the offense cannot touch it.” How will I learn to be emotionally more in control of who I am to allow my spiritual self to be present and above-perceived offenses? (Be grateful for what I do and what I learn.)
- Spiritual — (Consider “c” above). What will I do, read or be a part of, to grow spiritually in this coming year? How will I measure my success?
- Hobbies and things I enjoy doing. What hobbies or skills will I enhance, grow, or learn about to have greater knowledge or expertise this coming year? What will I need to do to accomplish that? (Be grateful for each idea and each thought along the way.)
- What are my business goals for 2021? How will I measure my success?
- In order of importance, What are my business goals for the coming year?
- What steps do I need to take to be successful?
- What new skills do I need to develop to be successful?
- How will I measure my success, weekly and monthly?
- What form of daily and weekly activity list best suits the planning in which I am engaged?
- How can my personal and my business goals work together to create even more success?
- What are my long-term goals and dreams for myself (personally and in business) and my wife, my family, my grandchildren, and my daughter and son-in-law?
I hope I have helped you to better engage in your life and your future. I would suggest that if growing personally and in business is vital to you that you pick up a copy of Brendon Burchard’s book and planner.
*I will also give all the credit for the above, to Brendon Burchard, whose Book: “High Performance Habits,” can help anyone wanting to be more productive. I have difficulty describing how much it has helped a person (me), who has always hated planning and is now fully engaged in the process.
I wish you great success.