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I'm a great believer in making plans with action goals and aims. I probably don't do enough of it in the short term but it certainly drives my learning and achievements in the long term.

I'd also recommend reading Peter Drucker's "The Effective Executive". It works equally well for the business and nonprofit sectors. Basically he talks about what is important to executives or managers. Don't be put off by the fact that all of the examples refer to men. It was written in 1967. But as Shakespeare is timeless, so is Drucker.

Thank you for this awesome post .. it was just what I was looking for. You know that last point. why is it when we reflect and see perhaps the original idea isn't quite working - why do we hesitate to change?

Great Post! There are several things I want to learn or improve at and these simple to follow tips are fantastic.


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