It’s hard to believe we’re 2021. But yes, we made it by mid-2021. In a recent meeting with my clients, we worked on strategies to make sure we hit the goals we set in the first quarter of the year and continue to do so in the third and fourth quarters.
Additionally, the business landscape is constantly evolving as competitors innovate and forces beyond our control keep changing.
Now is the time to change the strategy and that second half of 2021 Breakthrough time.
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To win you need to focus on the long game. You need to have part time strategies that keep you active. The strategy doesn’t have to be perfect. If it fails, accept it, adjust it, and do another. But if you don’t have a plan of action, you won’t achieve your goals.
Here are three strategies to keep in mind when creating a plan of action.
1. Don’t worry about the score
Scoring is feedback; It tells you what you are doing right and wrong based on your execution skills. If you like the scoreboard, double what works. But if not, see how you can change the numbers. Change your focus and don’t be afraid to take risks.
One trap I see entrepreneurs fall into is focusing too much on micro-profits or micro-mistakes rather than long-term gamble. The score reflects where you’ve been, not necessarily where you’re going. You have the power to change the game board and the scoreboard.
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2. Be disruptive and stable at the same time
You need to have your finger on the pulse and ask yourself how you can consciously change your business. That way you are constantly innovating. When need is inventive, instead of waiting for life to surprise you and respond to reactions, give yourself that need.
Once you innovate, you need to stabilize. The challenge I see with a lot of entrepreneurs is that they are constantly innovating but then fail to stabilize their plan to move on.
#Note Guide to Good Business Decisions, writes @beek_io https://t.co/qvTazs639v
– in Spanish (@Soy) 17th August 2021
When you are comfortable with what you are doing, stop growing. To really stand out, it’s not enough to feel uncomfortable. You need to actively look for situations that make you feel uncomfortable in order for you to keep growing.
3. Confess your vision again
Everyone can have a dream, but not everyone can have a vision. A vision is something that you can see and feel before it happens. A vision is something worth fighting for. Now is a good time to ask yourself whether you are committed to a vision or whether your vision has changed. Don’t be afraid to reset your vision; As you grow, so do your aspirations and desires.
Share your vision with others. The more people share your vision, the more they can support you. That responsibility is leverage. The more leverage you have, the more you will implement your vision.
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There are three questions you can ask yourself when creating your strategy for the second half of the year:
Who will suffer if I don’t? We do more for others than we do ourselves. If it’s only you, you are prone to delays.
Who do I have to become for this to happen? Each level requires a different version of you. When you are clear about who you are supposed to become, you can reverse engineer the action plan.
Will that make a difference in 10 years? Most people overestimate what they can achieve in a year and underestimate what they can achieve in a decade. If you maintain your long-term vision, you will create a milestone that will enable you to overcome micro-defects.
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Remember, the game isn’t over yet. Now is the time to develop a strategy to end the year strong. The difference between those who win the game and those who wish and hope their dreams will come true is acting consistently and deliberately.