It’s that time of year again, the holidays, baking cookies, time with family… and also time for reflection on what you achieved over the last year.
This is when people who are serious about improvement take a few minutes to analyze what they did well, what they did that did not go as well, and what actions they need to take to make sure they are more effective next year.
Look back on the goals you created last January and see how well you did on each of them. Did you hit each one out of the park, or did you do well on a few and need to refocus your efforts on others?
Maybe one of your goals was a new approach for talking with sellers, maybe one was delegating more to your virtual assistant, or maybe one was just trying to do more transactions. Whatever your goals were, if you created strong, specific goals for yourself and were diligent about checking your status, you know if you were successful in achieving them.
If you did not to create goals for yourself, think about what you accomplished over the past year. Did everything work out perfectly? If you’re like most of us, probably not. Now that you have the benefit of hindsight, what can you do differently next year to be more successful?