A new year can feel like a fresh-smelling sheet just taken off a clothesline in a Swiss village.
Or it can feel big and daunting, like staring off the side of a big cliff.
However this new year shows up for you, before you put your head down and start working, I recommend anchoring yourself by answering a few questions:
Why do I want to create the things I want to create this year?
Whom do I want to serve?
What do I want to create?
What are the tangible things I want to add to my body of work this year?
What if this were my last year on earth?
For more information about the meaning of these questions and more information to help you consider your answers, please read the full blog post by clicking here.
Theses questions ring true with you, or may sound a bit odd, but thinking about your answers and revisiting your company’s vision, goals & objectives, and business plan can help you have razor-sharp focus as you begin the new year.