Plenty of people set goals at work. But sadly, like New Year's resolutions, a lot of them are never achieved. Here's how to hold yourself accountable and get more done.
- Plenty of people set goals at work,…but sadly, like New Year's resolutions…a lot of them are never achieved.…Humans are fallible.…We get busy and the urgent crowds the important.…But, there are ways we can make it…far more likely that we'll actually accomplish…what we said we'd do and be…the kind of people we want to be,…people of our word.…Here are three ways to hold yourself accountable…and get more done.…First, think about recruiting an accountability partner.…This could be a co-worker or someone…from another part of your life.…
Your goals don't have to be the same.…Maybe you want to get better at sales,…so your goal is to make at least three calls…to potential clients each day.…Meanwhile, your friend wants to be more assertive at work,…so her personal goal is to speak up with a comment,…at least once during every staff meeting.…Even if the specifics differ the thrust's the same.…You know what you need to do in order to get better…and you just need to stick to it.…Having an accountability partner, someone you report back to…
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