Your anticipation has been building for months. Your heart beat a little faster as each week zipped by. Now, finally, it is time for you to focus on goals (your own personal goals that is).
How Practical Did Your Goals Seem In January?
Obviously your team will measure how successful it is being during the FIFA World Cup. Isn’t this a good time to measure your own success?
Perhaps back in early January everything looked straight forward. You had 12 months in which to make progress on your goals relating to your: authentic leadership skills; management style; career path; work-life balance; health priorities. Everything seemed possible. Maybe you agreed specific goals with yourself, to make 2014 the year you:
- pursued your next career milestone to get you into a more fulfilling job this autumn
- created the ideal balance between your work and life, in line with your core values
- actively competed at a sport to raise your confidence and energy levels
Well, here you are at the half way line. Are you ready to kick off a discussion about your progress?
What Is The One Key Question You Can Ask Yourself About Your Progress?
There is probably only one key question to ask yourself, about the actions you have taken to further your aspirations to change. Take a moment and answer honestly:
- How happy are you with the outcomes of your actions and your rate of progress toward your goals?
What Is Your Next Action?
Hopefully you can say you are happy with your progress across the range of goals you selected six months ago. In that case keep doing what you are doing, since it is obviously working for you.
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