Soon you’ll get the opportunity to enjoy a very special time of year. Certainly the holidays are a great time to enjoy being with friends and family, but that’s not what I mean. I’m talking about that special time I like to call “Headstart Week.”
In this brief video, I discuss what Headstart Week is, why it’s so important, and what to do during it. I’ll also show you how you can join others in making a public commitment so that you plan for the new year and make it you best ever.
- Watch this video and ask yourself: “Do I have a scheduled time and action plan to get organized and prepare for the coming year?” If not,
- Pull out your calendarand schedule two days during Headstart Week (or anytime in January, if needed) to get productive and organized and to plan out the coming year.
- Make a commitment, in particular a public commitment. Tell the people around you that you’re not going to be available during those two days.
- Follow-through. When the time comes, do it. Do what you plan to do on those two days.
- Click here to learn more about how Dave Crenshaw’s coaching programs can help you get the most out of Headstart Week.
- Comment on this page and tell everyone what your two days are and what you plan to do with the time.
Principles to Learn:
- Headstart Week is that special window of time between Christmas and New Year’s. During this time you are less likely to be interrupted.
- Headstart Week is a great opportunity to get focused, get organized and get more productive so you can have a head start on the coming year.
- By making a public commitment, you increase your level of internal commitment and increase the likelihood that you follow through.