Seven Steps to Personal Mastery
By Gary Ryan Blair
To make 2010 the best it can be, you need to analyze what took place in 2009. You need to identify every nugget of knowledge your past performance offers and leverage it for all it's worth.
Unfortunately the vast majority of people and companies don't learn enough from their mistakes or their accomplishments. It's like everyone is simply plugging along with their heads down, and it's Ground Hog Day all over again. But, instead of repeating the same day over and again, both companies and individuals seem to repeat the same outlook, approach, and strategies.
You and I both know that no matter how good or bad your results were in 2009 - you can always do better. Yet, the single biggest key to improving both your performance and your results seems to go ignored by almost everybody. If you want to be at the top of your game you absolutely must review, analyze, and learn from what has already happened. There are seven steps in this process, and you must begin implementing the ideas that you are about to generate immediately...