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Greg Millar
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Goals change throughout the journey of any business

What could have been a pressing issue for your business last year may no longer be relevant now.

success-229Goals can also differ amongst a partner group and it’s no easy job to rationalise disparate personal goals into a plan for your business that makes sense. 

Start reviewing your business goals and assess what you are aiming for in the next 12 months. 

Doing so will highlight the difference that goal setting can make for your business and teach you how to determine the relative importance of your goals, assess your business’s strengths and weaknesses and develop a concise plan of action to build on your strengths, develop your weaknesses and make constant progress toward your goals. Your discussion should include:

      1. Determining your goals for 2019
      2. Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of your business
      3. Gaining clarity on the most important projects for your business

Success tip

Try the SMART - Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Timely - goal-setting method to create realistic and achievable goals for your business.

Developing a solid plan is vital for your business to move forward into the new year with confidence. Work with the Alliotts team in Auckland to learn how to determine your goals for 2019, develop a concise plan of action to build on your business strengths and weaknesses, and make constant progress toward your goals.