Emily Kristofferson

Spring Clean Your Business: Your Goals

Over a five-part series, I’m applying spring cleaning to our businesses. There are lots of fresh possibilities that come as a result of letting go and sprucing up.

In each post, I’m going to give you actionable advice to help you move forward this spring in your business.

It’s the final post of the spring clean! How’s it going?

If you’re feeling stuck in any way, reach out for help. That’s what I’m here for.

I hope these tips are beneficially for you. As most things that are work, they will require some effort but you’ll feel so good after doing them. They are guaranteed to free up time and energy which will allow you to focus on planting the seeds needed to grow your business this spring.

Okay, let’s get into it.

This spring clean post is a review of your goals. We’re now well into 2017 and it’s totally okay if your goals have changed. But I want you to do a check in.

What needs to happen over the rest of the year for you to feel like it was your best year in business yet?

What are your quarterly goals? Do you have them written out or typed out, and do you remind yourself of them regularly?

Do you need to clean out distractions that are keeping you from reaching your goals? Are you busy being busy but not focusing on the things that matter in your business?

Are you setting priorities for each day knowing that small action leads to longer term results?

Are you celebrating the big and small achievements? Write them down for increased confidence as your move forward this spring.

What is going to make a difference for the rest of the spring?

I encourage you to take some quiet time to think carefully about your best results in business in the year so far, and the intentions you have for the remainder of this spring season.

Having quiet thinking time as an entrepreneur is so valuable. Often we get rushes of ideas, we are wanting to take lots of action, but just pausing and reflecting and thinking can give you the perspective you need. Fridays are great for this as you wrap up the week. I usually don’t have inquiry or client calls, so I spend some time checking in which includes acknowledging my week’s wins and planning out the next week to be sure it’s aligned with my goals.

For you, this may be Saturday morning or Sunday evening. But it’s about stepping up and acting as the CEO that you are even as a solopreneur.


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