What good are goals if you don’t look back at them?
Every year, I try to post on the last day of the year my grades on the goals I set on the first of the year with some comments. Here’s how I did compared to what I wanted to do…
1. Blog Every Day = A
I’m giving myself an A on this even though I did not do it all year. I did it the first couple months and it went very well. It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. But after a couple months, I determined that it just is not a good use of my time.
Personally, I still think that writing every day is the best way to improve as a marketer. Yet, I’m working harder at business and entrepreneurship than marketing these days, so I stopped after a couple months.
2. Focus more on Business & Entrepreneurship and Less on Marketing = A-
I definitely did this. I’m trying my best to stay up on all things Internet marketing, with a special focus on Amazon in particular. But I’m more focused than ever on my businesses and doing the best I can with them.
3. Do a Great Job for my Clients = A-