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Here we are, almost in the second month of 2022, and it feels like January was a blur. In effect, we're already 1/12th into our year. Missing our objectives for the year is usually not an option, but time might be running out. If we feel we're behind already, we may need to rethink some of our assumptions. It all boils down to goal setting, measuring, and adjusting course quickly.
I hope you and your loved ones are well and staying safe.
In this post, I'd like to expand upon the recent Pittsburgh Technology Council One Mic Stand interview I did with Jonathan Kersting (thanks!) on April 14th.
It’s impossible to sugarcoat; things are unsteady for so many of our fellow neighbors, friends, colleagues, communities, and peers right now. The current Coronavirus pandemic is uncharted territory leaving many individuals and businesses in fear for what’s to come and weary of what the future looks like.
Here we are, already in the second month of 2020 and it feels like January was a blur. Anyone else feel the same? Some of you are only now thinking through your goals for the year now that you've settled in after a nice holiday break and annual meetings galore that filled your calendars. Goal setting can mean a variety of different things, whether it's a personal goal or professional goal. In this article, I'll be covering the strategy for your professional goals, but the same theory can apply to you personally as well.