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Step 1- Have a goal.  Sounds silly, but most people do not have a clearly defined objective for what they want to accomplish.

Step 2- Track your progress toward that goal.  What's important is you need to do both Step 1 & 2 together.  You can't do Step 1 without Step 2 and visa versa.  Example: "What's your new meeting goal?" It's 6. "Where you at?" I don't know.  Conversely, "How many new meetings have you set?" I've set 4.  "What's your goal?" I don't know.   You must do these together! 

Step 3- Get yourself some external accountability.  If you could do it on your on, you'd have done it already.  External accountability increases your odd for success. 

Step 4- Improve your technique if you're not improving toward your goal.  Most people know what to do but they struggle with how to do it. 

To learn more about goal setting attend our Annual Goal Setting Workshop

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