Most of us spend time at the beginning of a new year planning and setting goals for the upcoming year. I believe this practice is necessary to achieve high levels of success. I also believe it is equally important to look back at the previous year and evaluate what you learned and find ways to implement those things in your new year.
On Luke’s conference call yesterday he discussed the success of the Drive for 5 campaign. I encourage you to look back at your daily practices as well as the practices of your team members that created this success and plan how you can continue to use these practices and build on them as we kick off 2014-Our Best Year Ever.
“The time that leads to mastery is dependent on the intensity of our focus.” – Robert Greene
Have a Great Day-Louis