Research continues to build around the importance of goal setting and planning, as well as creating regular accountability around your goals.
To support you around goal setting for the season, consider these questions:
- What are the core successes you had this last quarter?
- What projects are now complete?
- What projects came "on stream"
- What worked well this past quarter in terms of goal achievement, planning, processes?
- What key business challenges have been met?
- What key learning have you had since June 21st?
- What didn't get done and needs to be carried forward?
- As you look at your 2017 goals, is there anything that needs to be taken off the list?
- What supports have helped you do what you do?
- What activities/habits/processes do you not want to undertake like you did this past quarter?
- What do you want to celebrate?
As you look ahead to the entire fall (to December 21st)
- What are your key goals for this period?
- What is the #1 business challenge right now?
- What opportunities do you have?
- What are the habits you want to cultivate?
- What are the habits you want to avoid?
- What will success look like around your top goals this quarter?
- Who can support you with your achievements?
- What might get in the way of success this fall?
- What is going to keep you renewed?
- What three adjectives would describe your mindset/mantra for the fall?
- What do you want to be able to celebrate on December 21st?
If you are looking for a strategy session to support you on your planning for the next quarter you may want to book me for a 45 minute quarterly planning strategy session. Check out my openings here and book a spot.
Have a great start to fall and wonderful weekend,
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