Tuesday, 19 March
Today's Topic
Finalize your Q2 Goals

Skill + Do

Goal setting is not designed to be a negative experience; no goal gods are watching and wanting you to miss your goals.

Goals are the backbone of anything you want in your sales career.

Since you’ve been thinking about account and skill goals for the upcoming quarter, you’ll need to utilize a strong protocol to guide you.

While some are fans of the OKR system – Objectives, Key Activities, and Results – the S.M.A.R.T. criterion is easy to set up and a bit more guiding.

As a refresher, S.M.A.R.T. stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound. Of course, time is the easiest because you’ll set goals each quarter, so your deadline is built in.

Goal setting is not designed to be a negative experience; no goal gods are watching and wanting you to miss your goals. So, while goals are designed to get you to stretch, push, and sweat a little in the process, they’re designed to be attainable.

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