I am writing this in January 2020, and the rubber hits the road for new years resolutions and business plans.
That’s the truth most New Year’s resolutions are over buy the 15th of January, and the same can be said for most business plans. It is very easy to set those plans and goals during the downtime of the festive season, or in the euphoria of a new decade. But when we get back in the chair and reality of the daily work. Those easy goals that we set don’t look so easy. The truth is if you want to change stuff, you have to make changes. The business won’t grow faster if you do the same as you did last year
Holding a plan requires accountability.
I know this is difficult I’ve worked with over 200 companies in the last 15 years, and the most significant challenge for everyone (including me) is sticking to the plan because will power while possible has limits.
Driving with “WILL POWER”
alone is not enough.
Will power is a limited resource. At the start of the day when the mind is fresh, it is easy to push through. However, do a few taxing tasks, have a few meetings and conversations and that is it. The brain gets tired and “Will Power” is gone. There are good physiological reasons for this loss of performance. Our brains only have so much capacity and it needs to be managed, We must choose our priorities.
Turbo Coaching Gets Results.
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