Your 2012 Roadmap -- you didn't start the new year without one did you?

by PMinc
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Happy new year guys and gals,

I'm part of a group on Linkedin (devoted to product creation) and I was actually quite surprised to see a few members didn't write themselves raod maps for 2012.

So my question is...have you?

...and what is your biggest three targets for the new year?
#2012 #roadmap #start #year
  • Profile picture of the author Jhangora
    Focus has been a problem for me. I try too many things. I'll work on Health CPA and ASOTV offers this year. Been doing that for a month now and the returns have been good.
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  • Yea I have a plan. Stick to one method and work it hard. No jumping around for me. Focus focus focus.
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  • Profile picture of the author Willie Murray
    Marketing, Business & Goal plans were all in place before 2012 hit : )

    William
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  • Profile picture of the author flipgrind
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    I'm still working for my 2012 plan. Hopefully it will be finished this last week of January and if I succeed on this, I'll definitely share it here in WF.
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  • Profile picture of the author PMinc
    Nice to see focus is the main trend here.

    If you're not done, or still a little behind, these two I Love Marketing will serve as a definite boost:

    Episode 047:The one about your annual marketing calendar « I Love Marketing

    Episode 050:The one to start the year off « I Love Marketing
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  • Profile picture of the author P.Sharma
    I have organised my plans like this:

    1. Yearly goal.
    2. Quarterly goal derived from yearly goal.
    3. Monthly goal derived from quarterly.
    4. Weekly goal
    5. Then the good ol'fashion TO-DO Lists

    This works the best for me
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnCa
    I have chunked down a whole bunch of my goals into daily to-dos.

    Keeps me motivated and progressing
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  • Profile picture of the author wfhblueprints
    I've got the year planned with the first 3months done in detail with flexibility in built for the remainder of the year....

    So you can say that I have a road map
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  • Profile picture of the author Mary Wilhite
    Originally Posted by John Breese View Post


    I'm part of a group on Linkedin (devoted to product creation) and I was actually quite surprised to see a few members didn't write themselves raod maps for 2012.
    Surprisingly, only about 3-5% of the population have a written road map/goals. The rest don't. Billions have no idea what it is.

    Thank God I am in the minority group and 2012 will be the year to stamp my authority in my sub-niche. The strategies to achieve this may be too long to put here.
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  • Profile picture of the author Jon Patrick
    I have general goals for 2012, but I don't spend as much time planning and making lists as I used to. This is partly because I already have a good idea of where I'm headed (which is the result of many, many previous planning sessions and lists), and partly because I try to focus these days on simply completing my next task as opposed to looking at it on a list.

    However, I do spend a great deal of time thinking through my decisions and shaping my vision of growth for my business.
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  • Profile picture of the author PMinc
    Just found out I need to tear mine up and start from scratch.

    Good news: Brian Tracy is certainly smiling at the thought.
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  • Profile picture of the author pheonixrises
    Focus is definitely the big one for me, too.

    I've put enough time into "experimenting" with various things, and this year I am trying to get better at saying no so I can narrow in on what I should really be doing. Time to stop playing and start empire building!

    Off topic, since I saw it brought up: I'm from Ontario, and went to school at McGill. Nice to see people from the area!
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