You’ve probably finished setting your business goals for 2022, but what about your personal goals?
Sometimes business leaders skip those–so many things to worry about with revenue targets, product development, and hiring goals. But, don’t put all your focus on your employees and your business. Focus on yourself. Make your goal to improve by one percent.
That seems ridiculously low and not even worth writing down, but trust me, that one percent can make a huge difference.
What one percent has done for others
This fall, I heard a talk by Michael A. Dunn, where he detailed the story of Sir Dave Brailsford, who took the mediocre British cycling team straight to the top. Sir Brailsford based his concept on “the aggregation of marginal gains.”
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3 thoughts on “Your Goal for 2022: Improve by One Percent”
This sounds like a good idea, much better than making those drastic New Year’s resolutions that all-too-quickly fail.
This is neat! I’ll give it a try!
I recently read a saying that comparison is “comparing your behind the scenes with their highlight reel”. So true, especially via that tiny snapshot of someones life you get via blogs/the internet. I especially love your last point about looking at YOUR opportunities – it’s so important to focus on what we can do rather than what we can’t.right leg pain icd 10
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