Goal setting and success

by Yvonne Webb

Many of us spend more time planning our holidays and family events than we do figuring out where we want to be in 5 or 10 years time.

Taking time to work on your goals, when you want to achieve them, how much you will need to cashflow them gives you a much better chance of achieving them. Whether it’s that dream home or car, or being able to work 3 days a week – goals are personal to us. We set goals to give us focus and direction, to ensure we are clear on the output.

Once we are clear we are much more likely to take action – we move and as we do, gain pace and momentum toward our goals. Once we do start to move, we might find that we need to become someone different – an upgraded version of who we are now in order to achieve them. It might be we need to learn a new skill, read something new – listen to a Ted talk, conquer a fear. Having some way of holding yourself accountable, tracking progress and celebrating along the way is important.

Too often we forget to celebrate as we progress!


About the author

Yvonne specialises in working with business owners and teams to support them in achieving their goals. Having spent much of her career in a corporate world, with Cadbury and Coca Cola, she has worked with work with some of the world’s foremost brands as customers, including Amazon, Tesco and Asda.