Focus on your year’s goals.
My elementary school teacher instructed us to visualize our future using crayons and a sheet of paper during class time, and she allowed us a week to do it. My students and I were thrilled by it, and we would spend hours discussing every aspect.
However, as adults, few of us devote as much time to the finer points of our company’s goal. If there’s one thing we have learned from the pandemic, it’s that we need a comprehensive vision for our business – of what we need to accomplish – and that we need to connect our daily goals and activities back to that vision.
So spend as much time as possible laying out and visualizing every element of achieving and realizing your objectives. It will help you in assessing your existing circumstances and making decisions that are consistent with your vision, allowing you to attain your objectives more quickly.