Yes, It’s Still Possible To Achieve Your Goals Before The End Of The Year

By Jinhuang Saw | Education

Oct 26

In today’s terrifying news, it’s almost the end of the year. 

I know, I know—it feels like just a second ago, you were smack-dab in the middle of glorious summer. The fact of the matter is that 2021 will be on its way out very soon, and a new year brings with it new goals. 

Before you throw yourself into tackling your 2022 resolutions, there’s one small housekeeping item: seeing your 2021 ones through to completion. 

With two months left of this year, now is the perfect time to review what you've set out to accomplish this year and still have enough time to reach them if your goals haven't been met.

Although you have the finish line of December 31, 2021, in sight, there is still over two month to get it all done. Here, some clutch tips for doing just that.

1. Change your mindset.

Sometimes the biggest obstacle to achieving our goals is ourselves. Don't think you're going to win that new client? Don't think you're going to hit a six or seven-figure sales goal this year? Then you likely won't. If you think your goals are achievable, you'll work harder to reach them. Negative talk is self-defeating.

2. Review your goals.

I'd argue that changing your mindset is one of the best habits to incorporate into a daily routine that will positively impact your bottom line but the second one is writing and reviewing your goals daily, weekly, monthly and quarterly. This may seem excessive but I've found that it's helped many to reach their business goals, or get very close to hitting them, every single year because they are so meticulous about tracking them.

3. Show up.

Be on time and show up to networking events and let people know your goals. It never fails. Referrals don't usually come immediately, but they do come and I've gotten some of my very best and long-term clients this way. Check to see what kinds of events are coming near you or you think might be beneficial to attend this year and make plans to show up.

4. Share your knowledge.

What kinds of skill sets do you have in which you could teach others? Can you offer a class at your local university or community center? Not only will you be sharing your knowledge with others, you might get paid for it as well as introducing yourself to prospective customers and clients.. Consider ways you can reach new business by teaching what you already know or do regularly.

5. Be part of something bigger.

If you have some down time or want to meet new people, why not volunteer with a non-profit organization that either shares your business mission or provides you with the opportunity to learn new skill sets while giving back?

6. Get a good night's rest.

Getting into the habit of incorporating a sleep and wake-up routine isn't easy for many entrepreneurs but since most of us are more productive after getting a good night's rest, it's worth pursuing. Like the rest of your day, schedule your sleep time. And if the jarring noise of a wake-up alarm is too harsh, set it to soothing music.

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