2010 has been an exciting year so far for me, professionally. My speaking line of business has exploded through Digital Media Seminar. My two companies are exceeding sales goals to-date and looking good for the 1st quarter.
Pondering the causes of this growth during a tough economy, I thought back to my professional goals I set for myself on January 1, 2010. Here they are.
- I will identify those in my network of influence (on me) that are negative and impress upon me a non-productive demeanor. I will totally eliminate them from my circle. * a carry over from 2009
- I will attempt to increase the quality of my network of business partners. I will work my hardest to learn from their experiences and offer my participation where appropriate. * a modification of a resolution from 2009
- I will be more cognizant of my personal brand and achieve to sharpen its edges. * a carry over from 2009
- I will be more streamlined in my efforts to accomplished my goals on a daily, weekly, and monthly schedule.
- I will work harder to build and execute a more effective new business development plan that directly reflects the assets of my company.
Hard Work Means Success
I can honestly say that I am well on the way towards accomplishing each resolution. And even better than that, I can attribute much of JASE’s success this year to the processes I am living to achieve these goals. So for twice (2009 was a good year) in my life, I can say that I am living up to my New Year’s Resolutions and they’ve not been a total waste of my time to establish them.
– Good thing I didn’t throw in the ‘lose 30 pounds this year’ resolution! – :) * Unfortunately, this is a carry over comment from 2009 also!
What about you?
How are those resolutions going for you?
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