31 Oct Do this 1 thing to make the most of the last 2 months of this year!
via Inc.com by Nicolas Cole
Remember back in January, 2017, when you made that big long list of goals?
How many did you actually accomplish? How many did you give up on?
People have no problem setting goals.
The challenge is in seeing them through to the end.
With just two months left in the year, I encourage you think about your goals a bit differently. Come November, most people start to feel a great deal of angst about how the year went. They either feel a huge sense of accomplishment and choose to take it easy for the remainder of the year–or they feel a sense of failure and scramble to get somethingdone in order to feel accomplished.
I suggest not doing either.
The best way to finish a year out is to reflect on what worked, and what didn’t.
This isn’t something that needs to take weeks and weeks.
In fact, it should only take an hour–and you should do it this week.
Instead of kicking back and waiting for the year to end (and then starting 2018 behind), or instead of rushing to finish a half-baked project, make it a point this week to pause first.
Question how you got to this point.
If you’ve been productive, what caused that productivity? Good habits? Saying “No” to distractions?
If you’ve been unproductive, how did that happen? Bad habits? Saying “Yes” to things that are distractions?
Being successful, in any capacity, has just as much to do with understanding why things happen the way they do, as it does just putting your head down and grinding through it.
This week, here are some questions you should ask yourself…
…keep reading the full & original article HERE