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What Are You Planning to Achieve by The End of The Year?

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Fast forward yourself to the end of December and as the
year closes, how are you feeling about your achievements
during this past year? Really get in touch with your
feelings, live them, breathe them and don't let them pass
by. Are you feeling any disappointment, regret or
frustration for the things you haven't done or achieved?
Do you find yourself thinking, "This past year has flown
by and what have I done", "There is so much more that I
wanted to do" or "Why haven't I done the things that I'd
said I'd do".

Now bring yourself back to today. You still have time
before the end of the year to get on a track to achieving
what you want. Imagine starting the New Year knowing that
you've been consistently moving in the right direction and
will continue to take the necessary actions.

Lack of planning is one of the reasons why many people get
to the end of the year and feel they haven't achieved what
they want. Planning often isn't seen as a priority or
much fun. Hold on! If it's not fun, that's the way
you've chosen it to be. Instead you can choose to have fun
with your planning and perhaps even make it into a game.
If planning isn't a priority for you, then have you
considered the messages that you're giving to yourself.
Messages such as, "I'm not that important in my life",
"I don't deserve these things" or "I'm not likely to do
what I say I will".

However, the people who do have plans often make them too
rigid. Their plan is stuck to word for word, without any
room for flexibility. A plan that you set today needs to
be open to regular reviewing and changing. A clue that
your plan needs changing is when you find it difficult to
follow through with the actions and don't feel inspired.

You've now got an opportunity to end this year with a
feeling of achievement. Seize the opportunity and make
the most of it.

Start by defining for yourself your vision, dreams and
desires. Make this specific and exciting so that you feel
inspired to follow through with action. You may need to
break this down into smaller pieces. For instance, if you
want to grow your business, there may be a number of
different opportunities that you choose to explore. Now
define the strategies that you'll use, how you're going to
do it. In the example of growing your business, your
strategies may include research, sales and marketing,
increasing employee numbers or finance. Now go through
each strategy and brainstorm possible action steps. Go
for as many as you can, being open to different and
creative action steps, rather than sticking with what you
would normally do. Sometimes the most outrageous actions
steps turn out to be the best and most productive.

Then at least once a day visualize your dream; the
achievement that you want to make and see what you feel is
the next thing to do. Visualizing keeps your plan alive
and you inspired, and allows you to see the right actions
to take. Taking committed action every day moves you
towards your desires. At the same time give yourself the
opportunity to step back and review what you want and what
it will take to get it. Time spent regularly stepping
back and re-evaluating your plans can save you a lot of
time as you see what no longer needs doingBusiness Management Articles, doesn't serve
you or needs to be done differently.

What I want for you is to be achieving and on the right
track to your dreams by the end of the year.

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Wendy Hearn
Personal and Professional Coach
She works with business owners, professionals and executives to
discover and unlock their own inspiration, to effortlessly take
the actions required to have the success they desire.
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