Become a Top Wedding Planner – Set Goals for 2009

 

Get ready to become a top wedding planner and run a successful business in 2009 by setting goals.  Goals will help you get focused and keep you on-track to take your business where you want it to go in the New Year.  For your goals to work, they must be SMART, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely.

Specific – Know exactly what you want to accomplish.  Example, “I will visit networking groups and find at one reputable vendor to add to my referral list every month.”

Measurable – Make sure your goals can be measured so you can track their progress and know when you have accomplished them.  Example, “I plan to increase my monthly income by 20% by June 30, 2009.”

Achievable – Your goals should make you stretch, get you to develop additional skills and abilities but they should not be so lofty that you get discouraged and give up because they are not attainable.

Realistic – You must be willing and able to do what it takes to accomplish your goals.

Timely – Make sure there is a time frame attached to each of your goals so your subconscious mind can help you work towards achieving them.

Once you have your goals, create action plans accomplish them.  Break down the plans into monthly, weekly or daily “to-dos” so you work a little towards your goals everyday.  But be flexible, don’t be afraid to change or eliminate goals if at some time during the year they no longer are right for you.

Start writing your goals and creating your action plans today to become a top wedding planner in 2009!

Get ready to become a top wedding planner and run a successful business in 2009 by setting goals.  Goals will help you get focused and keep you on-track to take your business where you want it to go in the New Year.  For your goals to work, they must be SMART, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Timely.

Specific – Know exactly what you want to accomplish.  Example, “I will visit networking groups and find at one reputable vendor to add to my referral list every month.”

Measurable – Make sure your goals can be measured so you can track their progress and know when you have accomplished them.  Example, “I plan to increase my monthly income by 20% by June 30, 2009.”

Achievable – Your goals should make you stretch, get you to develop additional skills and abilities but they should not be so lofty that you get discouraged and give up because they are not attainable.

Realistic – You must be willing and able to do what it takes to accomplish your goals.

Timely – Make sure there is a time frame attached to each of your goals so your subconscious mind can help you work towards achieving them.

Once you have your goals, create action plans accomplish them.  Break down the plans into monthly, weekly or daily “to-dos” so you work a little towards your goals everyday.  But be flexible, don’t be afraid to change or eliminate goals if at some time during the year they no longer are right for you.

Start writing your goals and creating your action plans today to become a top wedding planner in 2009!



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