"Rent," the former off-Broadway musical, opens by posing this question: “525,600 minutes…how do you measure a year?” In his famous poem, “If,” Rudyard Kipling challenges us to fill every minute with “60 seconds’ worth of effort!”
As this year (and decade) draws to a close, I have a question for you (and me). Did you invest this year’s 525,600 minutes the way you planned as you watched the ball drop last New Year’s Eve, wringing every second out of every minute?
Unable to answer a firm, confident YES? Then make a decision today, that when the clock strikes midnight on December 31 next year, you will be able to look back at this moment as the turning point for the planned-for success, health, wealth and happiness you will be enjoying!
Used in executive coaching and business coaching, here are two simple questions to jump start your review and planning for the New Year:
- What’s working?
- What’s NOT working?
Whether business or life, ACHIEVE your goals in the New Year by doing more of #1 and less (or none) of #2! It really is that SIMPLE!
Enjoy "Season's of Love" by the cast of RENT...and stay tuned for some New Year Success Fuel tomorrow.
Happy New Year, RMi