We’re not here to tell you what's important–that's different for every person. But we are here with a DIY method to really boil down what's important to you. Let's figure out how to make your "most important" things happen.
For many entrepreneurs, the end of the year is a time for holiday get-togethers, meeting deadlines, and–the big one–goal setting. We take time to visualize where we see our organization in the coming year, in five years, or even a decade down the line. We carefully map out our business's progress and trajectory. But are we focusing on what’s most important?
While it's pretty clear how to identify these quantitative metrics (like finances or organizational growth), it’s less clear whether our goals are aligned with the top priorities in our lives. Don't be fooled: Goal setting is not a one-size-fits-all situation. At work and at home, the factors your competitors, neighbors and friends are focusing on this year shouldn't necessarily be your priorities. You’ve got to write your own path.
This episode, we discuss how we can complete a soul-searching audit to identify goals that are personally meaningful for the coming year.