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Episode Info:   Hi Everyone – welcome to the Boss Hat. Thank you so much for listening today. This episode marks the first of our weekly programme after our 10 day launch – so thanks again for being here and keeping me company. If you’ve not already done so it’d be great if you could subscribe so you can tune in each week and not miss an episode. Right then – let’s move on to what we’re going to be chatting about today which is something that I’m actually quite passionate about and that is goal setting. Now, when I talk about goal setting I mean setting objectives that you physically want to achieve that might be on your personal to do list. They might be areas that you want to develop yourself in, or they might be just things that you want to do. Each year just before New Years I set myself some goals…for the following year and I do this religiously and I have done for many years now. In fact I do this twice a year – once just before New Years and once just before my birthday which is in August so it’s not really that far off the middle of the year which is good enough for me. Now, I know that it’s the New Year already and so you might be thinking hang on I’ve missed that so now what? But I’m choosing to share this with you now because you may already have done this at New Year and started to flag a little bit in terms of working on your goals – as it can happen quite quickly in January if we’re not careful. So, in a moment I’m going to share some common mistakes and how to keep your goals on track – and now is a fab time to start with that. Also, it’s worth saying that you don’t have to do it at New Year or your birthday to set some goals. You can do it anytime. But before I talk about the common mistakes and how to avoid them let me first take you through my personal process. This doesn’t have to be the way you do it – it’s just mine that’s all. OK – at New Years is when I kind of take a birds eye view of the coming year and think of between 3-5 main things that I’d like to achieve in that year. Now, I don’t tend to go for anymore than 5. I’ve done this in the past but for the past 2 or 3 years I’ve focused on 3-5 because historically when I’ve listed all the things that I wanted to do it feels really overwhelming and it’s very hard to drill down to the things that you really want to achieve and you’re really going to focus on, and if you’re not careful you e
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