To do that, I encourage you to look back at 2014 and note your successes, your failures and everything in between. It’s a thing that is good to do at the end of every annual cycle. Reflection it seems can offer a lot to your business.
So, sit down and make a list or two. What are the positives that happened this year? What are the negatives? What goals did you meet and what goals didn’t you?
Then take these and reevaluate for the coming 365 days. Take into account the things you didn’t accomplish last year that you want to fulfill this year. What are your new goals? What do you want to overcome?
I’ve always heard that when goals are written down, you have a higher chance of succeeding in accomplishing them. There is something about making your goals a bit tangible and real, about putting them on paper. Maybe it’s something you think is foolish or you’ve never done before. However, why not give it a shot?
Maybe even tell a few trusted people about your goals. Bring others in on making your Box a success. Sometimes, it can be a heavy burden to try and succeed alone in business. In terms of Box Pro, we all know our goals as a magazine and as a company. It allows us to see what part we need to play to help us succeed as a whole. If you don’t know what needs to be done, then it probably won’t get done. But, if you have a solid team helping you achieve goals, it helps keep you accountable and on track.
So, set your goals and then chalk up and get ready for the New Year! Here’s to your success as an Affiliate, Coach and athlete.
Happy New Year and cheers to the glorious year it shall be!