If you don’t have your own goals, you will be working for the goals of someone else.

We still have seven months to go in 2023: It’s a good time to step back and take a look at your goals for this year.

A helpful concept is to view this analysis through the lens of Me, Inc: You’re the CEO of your own company, which has one employee (which happens to be you).

These are 11 questions to help you to do a strategic mid-term review of Me, Inc.

  1. What are my most important specific goals for 2023?
  2. Why are these goals important to me?
  3. How do I measure progress on each of these goals?
  4. What are all the options I have identified to achieve these goals?
  5. What are the boundaries I need to work within?
  6. How do I know I’m still operating within these boundaries?
  7. What do I need to strategically quit to create space/money/energy to achieve my goals?
  8. What are the main reasons that I would fail to achieve my goals?
  9. What are the ingredients of a system or process to prevent this failure from happening?
  10. What are the new behaviors I need to build to achieve my goals?
  11. What is my structure to ensure that I maintain momentum to execute key actions?
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