It’s the first workday of the new year, quarter, or week. Ready to start fresh, anew, and hopefully energized?

I hope so. If not, maybe it’s because you haven’t yet mapped out what YOU want from this next time period? Do you want or need:

• Better health?
• More business success?
• A promotion, new project, or sales?
• New or better relationships?
• A specific purchase?
• A destination?

No matter what it is you want to do, to have, or to be – it’s less likely to happen if you don’t set your target for the what, when, and why.

That’s why the Ready, Aim, Succeed steps laid out in the eBook, Timely Tips to Achieve Your Goals, increases your probability of achieving the goals.

Just click here for the updated eBook that will, with 30 minutes of time, help you map out what YOU want to focus on this year.

A tip: Two pieces in the eBook that people want to skip . . . and shouldn’t!

  • Transparency. Make your goal visible to you and to those who the goal matters to, your stakeholders.
  • Celebrate. Think through the real reward for achieving the goal to make it more motivating.

To help with accountability and transparency (as well as to see some ideas of goals that you might be able to adopt), Leave a comment – stating for all to see one or more of your goals that you will achieve this year.

The goals don’t have to be bucket list goals, goals that will change the face of the earth, what they need to be is something that YOU want to do, to have, or to be.

For example, one of my goals for a previous year wasis based on input from a  survey we conducted and personal conversations I have had with some of you:

Provide at least six new valuable (easy to use, relevant) resources to my readers by 12/15/20xx.

What you do today (take just 30 minutes),  the first day of the year to define what YOU want will ensure that on the last day of this time period, you’ll have no regrets.

What are you waiting for? Get started now with the updated  eBook.

p.s. Sharing the steps with others you care about helps them achieve their goals as well.

Please join the community and leave a comment with a goal you have recently identified.