Successful people have goals. They have goals for lots of things. Networking activity. Prospecting efforts. Sales made. Referrals made and received. And much, much more.
Successful people have goals. They write them down. They share their goals with others. They review them often.
Successful people have goals. Goals that, from time to time, they fail to hit. And they’re okay with that. Why? Because successful people tend to set goals that stretch them and make them work. As a result, they risk failing.
But successful people know that falling short of a goal is no great sin. They realize that the real potential mistake is setting their goals too low. Why?
Because successful people understand that with easily attainable goals, they may always hit their mark. But by always hitting their mark they are, in essence, leaving money on the table.
Like what you’ve read? Prefer to hear it as a podcast or daily flash briefing? Subscribe to the Networking Rx Minute podcast here or wherever you get your podcasts.