Plan goals On monthly basis to achieve yearly goals
Parth Patel, Director- Online Marketing and Sales, West-Coast Pharmaceutical Works
New years are always exciting and more amazing are the list of resolutions or plans you want to achieve. But 90 per cent of us don’t even remember it when half year is through. But I define new year resolution as new year plan which contains my goals for the year; they are both personal and professional. I plan my goals on monthly basis which helps me to achieve my yearly goal. This helps me too be more focused and regularly work for it.
Secondly, you should follow an organised manner both at home as well as at work. For e.g., whether you want your home organised enough that you can invite someone over on a whim, or your office organised enough that you can find the stapler when you need it, these tips and resources should get you started on the way to a more organised life.
Read something which is not of your profession or interest. This will help you to know more about other things in life which can be beneficial some way. This is called sponging. I learnt this technique from a serial entrepreneur named Jeff Hoffman. He used to daily read something of different fields and interests and note the points which interests him. So after a month he decided to combine them and he founded a company named priceline.com. A company founded out of sponging is now valued as a $60 billion-company with revenues of around $25 billion and is present in over 180 countries. So your new year resolution should be inspirational, big and should motivate you to achieve them.
I would like to conclude with a quote from Donald Trump: THINK BIG AS YOU ARE GOING TO THINK ANYWAY