Tuesday, October 13, 2015
80 Days Left
If you left today, you would be back on January 1st, 2016.
The New Year.
So get ready to pack your bags. If you were actually going to leave today, what would be the 3 things you needed to get done so that...
...your business could operate with you mostly disconnected from it? (Or could it?)
...your team could handle the day to day, making decisions you would be confident that would reflect the brand, protect the brand and the client and move the organization forward?
...your life could continue in a new way upon your return?
With my coaching clients in the last 20 days, we have completed work on what we called the "100 day sprint" ...what do we each have to get done/completed/wrapped up by the end of this year to start the New Year fresh. This took some soul-searching because in this 100 days (and now 80 days), there are weekends that are tied up with 'stuff'; holidays; days off; committed days and more. Time gets quite limited so you need to become realistic fast about what goals you must accomplish.
We spent a few hours focusing on 'the 100 day sprint' list & then pared it down to what was realistic. As we evaluated some of the lists, it became evident that some of the items on the list were really steps to a more major item and we could group them together.
Example: I am focused on getting my book published by the end of the year - my list included publishing the book, completing the images, completing the final draft etc.
- publishing is the goal
- the image creation is a step
- the drafts are a step
By grouping together, and looking at each goal on the list, we were all able to develop and set an appointment (with ourselves if needed) to complete the next 1 step. Our commitment was to plan the next step (step 2 or 3 and so on) after completing the first one.
So far, its working. From client feedback it's working. (We report in to each other & hold each other accountable). You try it....see if it works. Let me know...and reach out if you want to talk it through.
Posted by Lora Crestan at 4:30 PM