For proof of progress you need meaningful goals individualized by brand, project, and person.
Yet for how unique an experience goal setting and achieving has to be, there are an awful lot of resources that claim to be the exact solution you’ve been looking for. Including my own.
While it’s aspirational to believe that a one-size planner, calendar, or project tool fits all or even most business needs, we know it’s not true.
In this video, I’ll give you an overview of that primer! As you watch this primer, listen for how these highly leveraged practices can complement what you’re already doing in your business:
- When the adage of starting before you’re ready benefits your business and when it holds your business progress back.
- Using planners and and calendars as time management and note taking tools.
- The limited ability of planners and calendars to identify business priorities.
- How a meaningful plan of action helps you assess opportunities and risks, make meaningful decisions, and pave the way for success.
- Planners or calendars as merely complementary tools to real project management skills.
- Setting business goals in order to accurately assess and fairly measure the progress in your business.
Take some time to reflect right now and then comment below!