1. You get to evaluate your progress.
2. You weed out the unnecessary.
As hardworking realtors, we can all be too ambitious and excited by the start of the year. And this can lead us to setting too many goals and end up being overwhelmed to finish everything. By checking in on each goal that you have set, you get to evaluate their relevance. Are they necessary for your business? If yes, how necessary are they? Do you need them to be accomplished within this year?
If you think they are not that urgent for your business, take them out of your goals list so you can focus on what’s necessary. Doing this will let you be more productive and prevent yourself from getting overwhelmed by all the responsibilities.
3. You can of course correct it if needed.
Being off-track with your goals is totally normal. It is sometimes inevitable and you just have to make room for these accidental detours. But once you’ve finally done evaluating your progress and weeding out the unnecessary, you’ll be able to course correct if needed. Remember why you set these goals in the first place. Reignite your motivation and inspire yourself to get back on track, keep going, and pursue your goals.
Based on the result of your mid-year goals check-in, strategize. Make sure everything is feasible. If you find them too overwhelming, break them into manageable chunks. Set small milestones along the way and you’ll definitely succeed in making progress, even with baby steps.