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The Trouble with Resolutions – Start Q2 Differently

i can do itMarch is a great time to talk about Resolutions… or at least why they don’t work. If you’re sticking to your resolutions for 2018, that’s awesome, but the truth is that most of us are not. And it’s not about our commitment or desire to make ourselves better, it’s because resolutions are typically about one lofty goal. We don’t say “I want to lose 10 pounds by Easter” or “I want to save $5,000”, we say “I want to lose weight” or “I want to save money.” Without specific goals and planned rewards, it’s hard to stay motivated.

It all comes down to goal setting. If you’re focused on a goal that’s too wide or too lofty without smaller goals along the way, it’s hard to find success and fulfillment. So if your business goal is to “be more profitable in 2018,” you are doing yourself a disservice. Without clear, milestone-based goals, it’s almost impossible to see yourself achieving that goal, especially if things don’t start off strong.

So let’s talk about the second quarter. For starters, don’t stress about those resolutions – the only person holding most of us accountable for resolutions is ourselves. Let yourself off the hook so you can realign your focus and start setting more milestone-based, attainable goals. Then set yourself clear guidelines for reaching those goals and a timeline for revisiting your progress. If you are focused more closely on specific goals you’ll be able to reach your larger goal more quickly and with more motivation along the way.

Also, don’t be disappointed that you’re changing your plans. It’s called adapting and the best business leaders do it all the time. If you waited until the next New Year to set new goals and resolutions, you’d be losing at least nine months of time you could be spending on making your business bigger, better and stronger.

As we look ahead to the second quarter, schedule a meeting with yourself. Block out an hour on your schedule to think about what goals you should set, what resolutions you want to scratch and what you and your team can be doing tomorrow to make the business even more awesome.

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Whether you’re trying to build a small business or you’re leading a sales team, finding ways to be successful in business while living a balanced life can be a challenge. I’m Dr. Richard Schnitker, the local owner of The Growth Coach of Marlboro Maryland, and my goal is to help people step back, relax and look at the big picture. I’ve always had a knack for getting into the weeds, listening to the challenges people are having, and finding ways to address their problems. The Growth Coach enables me to bring those skills, my passion for business, my training as a leader, and my resources as a Growth Coach together in a way that can benefit my clients. I always enjoyed being in leadership positions and having served in various positions from authoritative to servant leadership as well as change and transformational management. Being able to give back, by serving as a Strategic Business Coach, is one of the greatest ways I can help people find ways to meet their goals and be successful. A lifelong dream was to be a business owner and The Growth Coach has given me a solid platform of resources and support system to operate from. I’m looking forward to serving business owners, company leaders and sales professionals in my community.

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