on 06-01-2017 02:39 PM
I'm fairly new here - Hi.
But something has struck me looking through the discussions and comments, lots of folks are talking about what they want to do, how they are doing and asking has "anyone done this" but there is very little in the way of being accountable to goal setting.
So here's my idea, the best way to explain it is as I do to my clients...
We are each accountable to someone we trust, or a group of people - maybe this thread, who knows maybe your own big goal thread/journal. You explain what your objectives are, why they are realistic, the time frames and how you want to achieve it - don't give away too much about your business if you are doing something senstive. Pioneeers come along and ask questions every now and then, keep you on your toes and keep your rolling.
You keep everyone updated weekly or bi-weekly as standard.
This helps you achieve your goals, and we support your in getting there and give you more feedback. We are accountable pioneers together and a support network too. But remember we are not at fault if something doesn't happen, the fault still falls to you and your business we are not scapegoats your failings are your own, we are here to help, push and support.
on 08-01-2017 12:44 AM
A new start for me and my 5 children. No more abuse suffered long enough
on 08-01-2017 06:45 PM
Great idea @andykinsey, many people say 'I'm gonna accomplish...' and yet do the same things they did last year and expect different results... accountability is super key!
My 2017 goal is to have my healthy snack reviewed by a food product developer and tested in public via giving out samples in some areas / food markets in London and to friends too!
on 09-01-2017 01:05 PM
When, When and When?
Also, Then What? and by When?
on 09-01-2017 02:25 PM
on 10-01-2017 01:33 PM
on 11-01-2017 06:17 AM
Hi @andykinsey that sounds great and best of luck and success. I have come off making plans and setting goals as I think making a commitment to what you want to happen is better and that commitment is for success.
on 24-06-2017 05:21 PM
Almost over the half year mark! How is everyone's New Years resolution going?
Amy, I have moved away from making a generic resolution, such as running a marathon.
broke it down to tiny little parts and focusing on each part at a time: I.e. strengthen my right knee (1st month), water intake during long work outs (4th month), practicing feet angle (this month) ----- it made it so much easier.
Am looking to implement this in other areas of goals 😬😬