YEAR-END PROFESSIONAL BALANCE SHEET: GOALS ACHIEVED AND NEW ACHIEVEMENTS

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YEAR-END PROFESSIONAL BALANCE SHEET: GOALS ACHIEVED AND NEW ACHIEVEMENTS

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One of the personal commitments that we must adopt each end of the year is to carry out a thorough analysis of professional progress and setbacks, with this, detecting new areas of opportunity where we can develop will be easier, as well as implementing positive changes in our way of working. plan and undertake challenges in the year that is just beginning.

Here we share 3 basic tips for you to take advantage of your unfinished resolutions and prepare to fulfill the new ones.

BALANCE SHEET OF THE PAST
Performing this meticulous exercise will give you an advantage when planning, since you will be able to establish increasingly realistic and concrete objectives based on your previous performance. If your balance has been positive, ask yourself: How long did it take you to complete your goal and what did you do to reach it? And if you consider that you fell short, the question you must answer is: At what point did you deviate from the plan and what was the reason? The answers will help you figure out where you need to make adjustments.

GOAL CONTINUITY
Filling our heads with many objectives can be a problem, and it is not necessary either, turn to see the existing commitments, a new year does not mean abandoning them, it is a good time to follow up on them. Remember that it is not always possible to complete our goals in the short term.

CENTRALIZED AND FLEXIBLE OBJECTIVES
Defining 3 key objectives is a way to focus our mind, and it will make it much easier to improve and incorporate new parameters to our strategy throughout the year. Being flexible will also help you be more positive during the process.

Something important is to understand that there will always be circumstances beyond our control that may deviate us from our goals, so put your tolerance into practice and react intelligently to frustration, setbacks are often necessary for deeper learning.

Finally, although thinking about our past decisions is the first step to moving towards the future, and thinking about the future is very tempting, focus on living in the present and meeting your schedule of activities, there will be time to enjoy success obtained. 

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