Here it is … mid–March. How are you doing on those goals you set at the beginning of the year? Are you making progress, or are those things you thought were priorities – now pushed to the back burner?
If your answer is a guilty “back burner,” then I have a suggestion for you. It may well be the very best thing you can do for yourself if you are serious about hitting your goals this year. Create an accountability or master mind group. I’m sure you’ve heard about this concept in Napoleon Hill’s “Keys to Success.”
A group of like–mind people, could be as few as 3 or as many as about 8, who meet on a regular basis to motivate, encourage, and support each other in reaching their goals; brainstorm on obstacles and challenges they are facing; and share their multitude of expertise. This group of people can be invaluable in helping you to achieve things you can’t or won’t on your own, and become a powerful center of influence for you in your career goals.
If you would like to know more about how master mind groups work, read Hill’s book or email me for a copy of my article “Power of the Third Mind” published last year in Executive Update magazine.