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1. Have an accountability partner. An accountability partner means having someone to tell your goals to—this could mean a group of people, a mastermind, a friend or family member, or a coworker. Telling them the goal you’re reaching for and being able to check in with them on a weekly (or monthly) basis helps you keep your goals set. I use an accountability partner for my health and fitness goals. Having a class to go to or a trainer makes me be on time and pushes me to hit my goals.
2. Make SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timely). For the Achievable criterion, make sure you have short-term, medium, and long-term goals that are obtainable. Having achievable goals gives you a nice pat on the back as you move through the year.
If you have a goal, write it down and figure out whether it’s a financial goal, sales goal, etc.
4. Have a plan. If you have a goal, write it down and figure out whether it’s a financial goal, sales goal, etc. Then calculate how many transactions you’ll need to close and how much money you’ll need to make on a weekly, monthly, and yearly basis to reach that goal. After that, stick to your plan. If you have to tweak it throughout the year, that’s fine; just make sure you’re doing your due diligence and stick to the plan.
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