To succeed in your career, you need to first start with life planning. Where do you want to be two, five and 10 years from now? What do you want to be doing? You need to arm yourself with a clear strategy for growth and allow yourself the time to be still, dream and refocus for the year ahead.
As leaders, we are responsible for setting the tone, vision and pace for our success. It’s vital to build a business that you actually love — an endeavor that fuels a top 1 percent life you can enjoy.
These next four points will help you and your team reflect on all the accomplishments you’ve had and all that you’ve worked together to overcome thus far in 2020.
Harnessing the power of virtual meetings
Instead of looking at the negative side of things and seeing Zoom as an awful thing we’re all tired of at this point, we can try to look at our 2020 meetings from a positive perspective. Virtual meetings kept our teams connected. They kept us in each other’s lives during one of the most isolating times in our lives.
We were able to have weekly — or even daily — team meetings. With virtual meetings, you were able to use check-ins as a way to nurture certain aspects of your team’s jobs, ensuring your team members knew they could come to you for guidance.
These meetings helped us make sure that nothing fell through the cracks — that we were all on the same page and had our game faces on while we navigated an uncertain future.