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5 Steps To Stay On Schedule With Your Business Goals

Here’s an inside look at our five step process – the process we use to make the remainder of this year the most goal oriented year yet.

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  1. Set new goals.

    Adding even more to the “to-do” list can be overwhelming, but as driven entrepreneurs, we can handle it. When one goal is reached, a new one should be added to take its place. There is no reason to wait until the next year rolls around to incorporate new objectives to your list. Don’t stress about the deadline, adding a new focus to your mental radar will keep your priorities in check throughout the year to ensure success when it comes time to close the year and strut confidently into the next.

  2. Acknowledge success.

    In our experience, this is by far the most satisfying part of being an entrepreneur. Laying everything out and recognizing what you have accomplished is extremely rewarding. This is the type of fuel we thrive off of when it feels like nothing is going in our favor. While basking in your goal achieving glory, discover what worked, and what didn’t work to achieve this feeling more often.

 

This article has been edited and condensed.

Emily Chalk is Senior Managing Partner at East of Ellie, a Stamford, CT based events agency. She began her career in the experiential marketing world organizing events for Fortune 500 companies and high profile clientele and now thrives on creating unique and personal experiences that help her clients build their brands. A businesswoman to the core, she has a special love and expertise for cause marketing, and has become a big player in the industry by bringing a new angle to a companies cause marketing mix. East of Ellie leverages events as a way to showcase and drive awareness of companies cause marketing efforts. Connect with @eastofellie on Twitter.

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