If you have a school-age child, you may have heard of Individual Education Plans. Educators sit down with parents of exceptional children and talk about 90-day goals.
Now compare that to the annual reviews conducted within most offices. Can you imagine telling a child’s parents, “We only need to review your child’s progress and goals annually”?
As the year draws to a close, think about what you’d like to accomplish in the first 90 days of the new year. What goals will you set, and what specific actions will you put in place to achieve those goals? What’s more, whom will you sit down with every 90 days to review your progress?
Remember: The goal in creating a 90-Day Plan is to actually accomplish your goals. For your first time, focus on what’s humanly possible. And find a “coach” who can sit down every 90 days to talk about what’s going well.
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