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How to Successfully Recommit to Your Goals Mid-Year 1. REASSESS AND ADJUST. Whatever your goals were at the beginning of the year — lose weight, run a half-marathon, set a 2. CREATE A REWARD SYSTEM. What the reward is depends on the person. Mix up your playlist.
Try new routes. Get 3. Plan Smaller Goals.
Having big goals is great, but usually, you lose your focus after three to four months. Think of small goals to do along the way to your end goal. This can include running three times a week to prepare for your marathon or swimming four times a week to prepare for a triathlon.
Remind yourself of goals by reviewing them at a specific time each day, either right when you get into work, right after lunch or at the end of the day. Make it part of your daily routine. Write all your goals in a notebook, pin them to a bulletin board in your office or store them on your computer desktop.
Discuss successes and accomplishments before moving on to talk of necessary improvements. Examine your distance-to-target. By the end of June, you should be halfway to your goals for the year so by now you should have a clear idea of whether you’ve set realistic goals. If you are close to the halfway mark, carry on!If your goal is to work out, know what your workout will be the night before.
This is a tough one for me, but when I do plan, there’s less of a chance that I’ll duck out. So lay out your workout gear, set your alarm in another room, put your meditation cushion where you’ll see. Before you go into your evaluation, set aside at least an hour of your time and evaluate yourself. Assess your wins, losses, overall contribution, and goals.
Be honest with yourself. Be ready to discuss new goals, areas for growth, and examples of the value you brought to the company. The mid-year review is not just about you helping the company hit its goals, but also a time for you to position yourself to hit your goals. I recommend a separate meeting to actually ask for a. Set goals for next year. • Encourage your staff member to identify goals that he or she wants to work on, especially those that align with the team goals. • Ask the staff member to write a draft copy to go over with you. • Make goals SMART (Specific, Measurable, Aspirational, Realistic, Timebound).
Coach to improve performance. For each goal, jot down whether you achieved that goal, when and how. For example, if your supervisor’s expectation was that you increase your sales by 20 percent, note the date on which you met that 20-percent goal.
Also, briefly note the strategy you used to increase your sales, and how your strategy resulted in the increase. • Provide your manager with current information on your accomplishments starting from when goals were set. • Prepare for the discussion—what you have accomplished to date against your goals and what you would like to accomplish. Meet and discuss performance to date.
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