Keepin' It 100 with Willy T.
As the calendar year comes to a close, I’m focusing my blog on healthy goal-setting for those who are looking to make new commitments to themselves when the ball drops at Times Square in 13 days.
To cap off the series and as we head into the new year, I thought it would be beneficial to share goals from the awesome humans who make up the Globetrotter Wellness Team. 2018 was a wildly successful one for GWS, and lots of things are headed in the right direction for 2019. But first, I wanted to share some goals from the humans behind the organization.
Steven Trotter: Principal
One of my main goals for 2019 is to increase the brand awareness and reach for Globetrotter Wellness Solutions. I’ll take a strategic approach to this and make sure the goals and objectives align with our core mission, vision, and values. Let's breakdown the large goal:
1. Increase brand awareness and reach for Globetrotter Wellness Solutions in 2019.
1.1. Develop consistent, relevant, and accurate content to share with audiences.
1.1a. Create quarterly blog calendars with guest bloggers.
1.1b. Launch the Trotwell30 Podcast
1.1c. Create and deliver online courses
1.1d. Present at conferences around the globe.
1.2. Strengthen authentic relationships with clients, partners, and colleagues.
1.2a. Partner and sponsor events when appropriate
1.2b. Create monthly and quarterly newsletters to be delivered to clients and contacts.
1.2c. Feature clients in a spotlight on successes and achievements whether it be for personal or for work.
1.3. Grow and develop the Globetrotter Wellness Solutions team.
1.3a. Maintain constant communication with potential colleagues.
1.3b. Recruit guest bloggers to write for GWS.
1.3c. Place people in contract positions that align with their strengths.
1. Incorporating regular self care weekly.
2. Find the joy in all my jobs.
Goal: By the midpoint of the calendar year, I will have registered and completed a Spartan Race Sprint.
Goal: At the conclusion of the year, I will have a journal that completed with logged acts of kindness and entries of life’s appreciations.
Aaaaand that’s a wrap for Keepin’ it 100 with Willy T in 2018! Hopefully this series (and this blog in general) has encouraged you to think, to dream, to create, or to just have fun. Hopefully, we’ll all make 2019 the best year yet. One last quote as we ride off into the sunset:
“We only have one life and one body to care of, and we better do it right. You never know what tomorrow may bring and so we better live this life the best we can and be grateful for everything we have.”
‘Tis the season! The closer we get to the holidays, the more we see about “wish lists.” I have plenty of wishes of my own, many of which these days are less product-driven and more internally-focused. I wish that I could run a little faster, that I would spend more time focusing on others, that I would read more books, etc…
One of my coworkers keeps a quote in his email signature that’s always peaked my interest: “A goal that is not in writing is only a wish.”
This series will not be a blog that encourages you to force upon yourself New Year’s Resolutions. In fact, I want to do the opposite. Over the course of my next couple blogs, I want to focus on healthy goal setting and transparently share with you my successes and learning opportunities. If you feel empowered to join me in setting goals for yourself, I’d love to hear about them along the way!
Now is a better season than ever to spend some time in thought and begin writing down wishes so they become achievable goals. Hopefully, it’ll help you go the extra mile at work, push you to be personally accountable, and reach successes you’ve always hoped to achieve.
So, my step one: Think. Put some serious time into thinking about your goals like you would a Christmas list. Step away from social media, grab a pen, and just write what comes to mind. Maybe it’s about goals, maybe it’s about thoughts, maybe it’s even a doodle for my creatives out there. Let some rough drafts drive you in the direction of beginning to think about writing down accountable goals you move forward.
Peace, Love, and Holidays,
Who we are
Just a team of round pegs in a square hole changing the world one interaction at a time.
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