Let’s Talk About Next Year NOW It’s All About Goal Setting. We are coming upon a very crucial time of year for most businesses. Because this year is almost over. So, we need to really start planning next year before it’s too late and we realize that the new year has already started and now we go into catch up mode.
We are fortunate to have Rocky Romanella sharing his expertise with us.
From a timing perspective weather, we are a large multinational company or a small service business with only a hand full of employees at the end of the day we should be entering into the goal-setting mode.
I know that a lot of times we don’t want to think about the future because we are so entrenched into what we’re doing today that is just one more thing added to our plate that goal setting thing, we really do have to take that time and take a look at what are we going to do next year.
As you’re thinking about your goals and thinking about it where do we want to be as an organization in the next eighteen months? Thirty-six months and maybe five years down the road, I know sometimes it’s difficult for entrepreneurs and owners to think like that because they’re so involved in the day to day and the tactical part of the business.
It’s important for you to kind of remove yourself for some period of time a few days a kind of like do it off-site go for that walk, park yourself someplace where you do your best thinking. And start to think about where would I like my organization in the next eighteen months and so on
From an organizational perspective
- What’s our customer base going to look like?
- what’s happening in the marketplace that I should be aware of?
- Am I in an industry that is now moving towards a different delivery platform.
- What kind of training should we implement?
- And the list goes on
Businesses of all sizes are to make sure that you’re not missing a trend or missing an opportunity to position yourself or your company no matter what size it is to what’s going on in the marketplace.
What are the changes going on, so you don’t miss opportunities in the marketplace as an early adopter?
When they did an analysis of Wayne Gretzky the hockey player they realized he wasn’t the fastest skater, wasn’t the toughest skater.
What made him the greatest skater of all time was and he simply said I go to where the puck is going, not to where the puck is been.
That’s the philosophy we need to take on as we make plans to grow and set goals in the goal planning stage of our business for future growth.
Rocky Romanella’s 40 years of experience in leadership and he wrote a book “Tighten The Lug Nuts, The Principles of Balanced Leadership” and explores why true leaders can add value as a trusted advisor, mentor, and visionary who uses a process approach to lead it’s the organization its people to new levels of success.
Like Rocky says, “the speed of the leader determines the pace of the pack.”
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