While millions of people will make New Year’s Resolutions tomorrow night, the best part of a new year is the opportunity to fulfill our plans.
Yesterday we considered several questions that provide a foundation for the plans we intend to accomplish in 2017.
Once we recognize both the high and low points of leadership development from 2016, we can strategically plan to build on that foundation and improve our leadership in the new year.
Once we acknowledge the area we would change if we could start the year over, we can now plan to make that change as we move into the year, almost as if we reset the clock.
Once we consider the individual(s) in whom we could invest our time this coming year, we can develop a mentoring plan that allows us to give the most valuable gift, ourselves.
Once we know where we were, where we are, and where we want to be, everything we plan involves the changes necessary to achieve our goals.
Instead of “resolutions” for the new year, why not set goals and make plans to achieve them. The difference is incredible.