A huge problem that we all make (myself included!) is we try to do too many things at once.

We are driven to improve, so we pick 10 ways we’re going to improve.

We want to get better – so we set big, giant (difficult!) goals.

And often, we spread ourselves too thin and don’t make the progress we want to make.

In the week 5 lesson of the Remodel Your Marketing Plan course – I’ll have you set S.M.A.R.T. goals:

S – specific
M – measurable
A – attainable
R – realistic
T – time-bound

And as we look at the marketing plan you will have created for your remodeling business, we’ll prioritize what you’ll focus on first.

I’ll have you set 3 (maybe 4) S.M.A.R.T. goals based on your marketing plan and have you get clear with the very next step for each of them.

These will be the things you’ll tackle in the first couple months of the year.

After you knock those out of the park (maybe by the end of February), you’ll look at the Marketing Plan you created, set 2-3 new S.M.A.R.T. goals and next steps for each – and go out and conquer those.

Rinse and repeat as you move through the year.

Two things I’d like to leave you with:

1. More focus on fewer things! Be disciplined and work on improving fewer things to help you get them completed and implemented.

2. I’d love to have you join the Remodel Your Marketing Plan course! I’ll be recording all of the sessions (in case you can’t make one of them) – the first class is Thursday, 1/11/18 at 1:00PM EST.

More details about the $147 course can be found here.

P.S. Are you listening to any podcasts? I’ve been publishing some new episodes to my Remodelers On The Rise podcast. You can find it here. Or search ‘Remodelers On The Rise’ on iTunes.