The report hit me like a two-by-four. With survival rates like that, you might as well get your affairs in order now! I’m talking about business survival rates, and several years ago, I learned a startling statistic about my family business.
During a recent trip to New York City, I found myself sitting in an airplane, wishing the seats were larger, and my fellow travelers were smaller! (Hasn’t everyone thought that?) After reality set in – in the form of a cramped seat – I diverted my attention to my boarding pass. That’s when it struck me…
As a young girl, my wife would read her mother’s home and garden magazines. She would redraw floor plans displayed in those magazines and dream about someday being an architect.
To further her dream, she even wrote a high school term-paper on Thomas Jefferson’s home, Monticello.
Even though her path of life changed along the way, her dream still lived on. And this past summer, she was able to
Goals. Some people set them, some people don’t.
Some people set a number of goals yearly.
Others don’t even consider setting goals.
Still others think about it, maybe even worry that they should be setting them, but never seem to actually set any goals.
Let me say, it’s okay – regardless of which “goal-setting camp” that you are in, your mother still loves you!
Some people in my family would rather never set any goals.
I, on the other hand, really embrace goal setting.
Goal setting is a choice that’s up to you. “Thou shalt set goals” is not written somewhere in stone!
Can you do me a favor?
I would really like to know more about you and goal setting. Will you click on <this link> and take my quick, six-question survey on goals?
It’s anonymous and quick – the survey will take about a minute to complete.
Your collective replies will help me understand what you think about goal setting – which will ultimately help me to serve you better!
Thanks for the help!
You can also click the image below to access the survey.