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Setting Your Goals, So You Don't Score an Own Goal

Updated: Apr 14, 2020

As we approach the end of the year some people will be reviewing what they have achieved this year and will already be starting to think about what they want to achieve next year.

Is this you?

Most employers ask employees to review their progress quarterly but how many of us do this for our own personal development and growth?

Setting Your Goals, So You Don't Score an Own Goal

Reviewing our progress on a regular basis helps us keep track of where we are and how we are progressing to what we want to be.

It also means that we can regularly set small steps and tasks that will help us to achieve and reach our goals. Reviewing them on a regular basis means that we hold ourselves accountable and aim to achieve task in a set period of time to help keep us on track.

If you were to take the same approach to your personal development as you do for your career development would you make more progress towards your goals?

Here is my challenge to you this week:

Answer the below questions.

What goals did you set this year?

What progress did you make towards these goals?

What else have you achieved?

What will you need to do differently in the next 12 months to achieve this?

Reflect honestly on the answers you have given.

Have you achieved what you wanted to achieve? Would regular reviews of your progress have helped you achieve more? Do you know what you want to do differently next year so that you can be even more successful?

Team Phoenix can help you! You can act now, get yourself a Phoenix Planner and get yourself set up and ready to go for the next 12 months. You don’t have to wait until January 1st to start thinking about it.

If you really want to Rise to be the best version of you in 2018 then you need to take action!

- Zoe

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