Today we present Topic #6 of the Brilliance-Based Blog Panel series, in which some of my favorite Brilliance-Based Businesswomen come together to share their perspectives on topics near and dear to the hearts and minds of women entrepreneurs. I welcome you to add to the dialogue by commenting below on today’s topic.
As Brilliance-Based Businesswomen, what are your SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Rewarding and Time-bound) for the first quarter of 2012?
Stefanie Frank – Initiative Based Writing
My first quarter SMART Goals are:
- Average $8500 per month in revenue in my business
- Train 7-14 hours per week for Ironman Boise 70.3 and the Ironman World Championship 70.3
- Take every other Friday OFF
- Eat at least three servings of green vegetables per day
The goal that feels the most scary and challenging is the money – but I know it’s possible based on my January numbers, my marketing plan, and my record of perseverance.
I place high value on health. Hence, the goal to eat three servings of greens each day. Smoothies! Delicious and easy to make!
Food is an area where I tend to struggle and as an entrepreneur and triathlete staying on top of what I eat and when is crucial.
Staying consistent is key to attaining any SMART goal – along with desire. I’ve often revisited goals over the years to make sure they are aligned with what I really want to do and who I want to be in life. From there it’s easy to prioritize my actions, manage my energy, and be picky about how I spend my time.
Jennifer Urezzio – Know Soul’s Language
My Soul Languages are action oriented and I can bog myself down in doing and goal setting. I was noticing that it was creating a no-win situation in my life and my business.
So the way I set up SMART goals, I set specific ways I want to feel, connect and be. This way I know that I will and do meet them. For instance: this year I set goals for a deeper connection for myself with the Divine, to be more true to myself in relationships and to be of joyful service.
With those everything else seems to fall into place.
Bryn Johnson – Bryn Johnson Consulting
My SMART Goal for Q1 2012 looks like this:
By March 30, I will have a new WordPress version of my website (www.brynjohnson.com) completed with the collaboration of my design and website team. In addition, a comprehensive promotion calendar for the new website features will be executed as well.
Wow- that feels GREAT to say out loud!
Now, let’s hear yours!
Do you have a clear vision for your 2012? Beginning with the end in mind – described so each component goal is specific, measurable, attainable, rewarding, and time-bound – is crucial to achieving your Unique Definition of Success! If this post has resonated with you, this is your moment to take one small step toward propelling your growth by setting your goals for the next quarter! Need support? Pause now and email us to arrange a brief one-on-one chat. You’ll feel an inner shift immediately.
Stefanie Frank is an entrepreneur and triathlete who lives, works and trains in southern Nevada, USA. She supports entrepreneurs and small business owners to write clear, influential, inspiring marketing that not only gets bottom line results but is aligned with each client’s big vision of why she’s in business. Stef writes awesome content for private clients and has created an affordable high level “do it yourself” writing and content marketing program for creative, forward thinking entrepreneurs who believe in the power of great writing to help effect change in the world. Visit Stef at http://initiativebasedwriting.com.
Jennifer Urezzio is the spiritual director and founder of Know Soul’s Language – away to create a conscious connection with your Soul. She guides leaders and healers to create a more conscious deeper relationship with themselves and the Divine. Download Jennifer’s free report 5 Days to a More Powerful Life with Soul Language at http://www.knowsoulslanguage.net/?page_id=1360.
Bryn Johnson spent 20 years in Corporate America as a passionate leader of high-performing teams and endless multi-million dollar projects. ONE of her many secrets for success? Her ability to take complicated, often impossibly overwhelming information, and to quickly make it simple and fun. She is now bringing that same passion for planning and collaboration, along with her laser-focused implementation strategies, to her clients and broader online community. Visit Bryn at http://www.brynjohnson.com.