Susan

Resolution or Business Goal?

If you’re like me, you have thought about setting some resolutions for the New Year, but are plagued with the realization that follow through is difficult. Each year, my husband and I resolve to lose weight, be more active and finish household projects. Our commitment begins to wane after a couple of months. It seems that we’re not alone. Research indicates that most people flounder by the end of January.

Perhaps what we all need to do is to “reframe” and treat our resolutions more like business goals. After all, Albert Einstein defined insanity as doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. So, the New Year offers a clean slate and a chance to do things differently. What do you plan to achieve this year?  We believe that if you “plan to achieve, you will get different results. In order to plan, you’ll want to set some SMART goals; specific, measurable, attainable, realistic with a time frame attached. By committing your plan to paper, you’ re well on your way to a different result, to achieving your goals!

Need some assistance in writing your plan? Call or email Masterson & Associates. We can help.