I’ve been doing a lot of research lately on setting business goals. What’s the best way to do this? What makes it productive? Will I actually keep-up with a system? I’m super-intrigued by The Chalkboard Method, which I learned about through a great podcast I listen to called Being Boss.

Basically, it’s an in-your-face reminder to daily keep your eye on the prize, whatever that prize looks like to you. More clients? More money? More free time? Being a visual person, the idea of setting this up how I want and making it look pretty and having fun with it resonates with me. In other words:

“The chalkboard is a big, visual reminder that you need to put in the work to make it happen.”
Kathleen Shannon

I’ve done many networking/business-building/strategizing workshops over the years and completely buy-in to the notion that setting goals is the first step to achieving goals. I’ve “sort of” worked on various systems, but honestly, haven’t gotten as excited about one like this. Recently, I have gotten several awesome new clients, and I believe that a large part of this is due to what I’m trying to attract. The Chalkboard Method is firmly based on this principle and I can’t wait to implement it with Sweet Boo Design.

Do you have business goals? If so, what methods do you use to declare them and track them? Please share your experience . . . . we have so much to learn from each other. Email me here or call 561.401.9461 to chat.