Eight Proven Ways To Make Resolutions You'll Actually Keep
Article Excerpt: “I ask myself what my business needs to look like at the end of the year to consider it a success. That’s my “big vision.” I also ask what I need to do to accomplish it. Then I create goals — broken down quarterly, monthly and weekly — to ensure it happens.
To hold myself accountable, I tell my friends my vision for the year. Once you put it out there, your subconscious will take over and make sure what you say and do align. I also create benchmarks with deadlines — then I cut them in half because we prioritize based on how much time we have.” —Jeff Sherman, founder and CEO of Tech Sweat; serial entrepreneur, who has launched five businesses and impacted over 5,000 fitness businesses in six countries