Hey everybody! I want to give you all a little reminder. If you haven’t already, purchase The 12 Week Year by Brian Moran and Michael Lennington. Make a point to read the book in the coming days. It’s not too long, about a hundred pages, and you get access to all the great PDFs and worksheets on the website. Again, The 12 Week Year by Brian Moran and Michael Lennington. This is a really powerful system that is simple, effective, and all about getting more done in 12 weeks than most people do in an entire year. You can get the book and all the great resources it comes with now by clicking here.

Create Your Own 12 Week Vision

I want to challenge you all to create your own 36-month vision, 12-month vision, and then break this down further to a quarterly vision which is your 12-week plan of action. Once you have this, only choose two or three professional goals and maybe one personal goal to accomplish in the next three months. Don’t overwhelm yourself by trying to tackle too much with your first 12-week vision.

My recommendation is to start small and build this up over time. Then, start to break it down week by week, month by month with the tactics and strategies. These will underpin the successful accomplishment and completion of your 12-week goals.

If you want to go above and beyond using only the PDFs and the worksheets that the authors provide you through the field guide, you can purchase their software system, Achieve, which is what I did. It’s three payments of $99 and gives you access to a software system that tracks and measures your progress.

Continuously Improve Your Professional and Personal Life

Everyone improves naturally and Achieve makes it easier to keep track of all these targets you set. You can set goals, tracking for teams at work, or keep your personal and business goals separately. So again guys, this is The 12 Week Year. If you haven’t gotten it, get it now, read it, and start to implement it. After you have digested all this great content, think of how you can create a support system. This will help you stay on track to reach your goals. Create weekly accountability groups that will help you execute and implement the strategies and tactics to make sure that these goals actually get done. This will help you avoid becoming stagnant and wondering why these goals weren’t accomplished.

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