By: Kelly Smith; Photos by Brooke Dennis and Justin Hackworth for Alt Summit
Okay, so whether you are halfway through the conference or halfway through a project, it is always beneficial to reassess goals.
Here are a few questions to ask and steps to take at the midway point:
- Go back and think about what your initial goals were. Then ask yourself a couple questions: Do those original goals still fit my needs? Do I want to continue to pursue my original goals? Am I on the right track to realistically reach my original goals?
- Think about where and what you want to accomplish next by asking these questions: What have I been doing that benefits my goals? What have I been doing that distracts from my goals? What steps can I take to get back on track?
- Make an action plan: Pick one or two new goals that align with the direction you are headed. What are my new goals? What is a realistic timeline to accomplish those goals? What can I do to facilitate these goals?
Want to dig a little deeper? Perfect. Here are a few more articles that will get you thinking about goal setting!
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