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Last week I wrote you a little message about setting the right kind of goals.
Goals which actually MEAN something to you.
This week I think it’s highly worthwhile to explain my concept of a ‘habit audit’
You see, it’s all well and good knowing what you want, and knowing where you are now in relation to those goals.
But without assessing your behaviours you can’t possibly know what changes to start making.
Most people jump in with activities they see other people doing, with no regard to whether it’s too much of a leap for them as an individual.
Does this ring any bells?
New Year’s Resolutions, anyone?
Instead of making blind changes, here’s what I recommend.
List all your daily behaviours under one or the other of the following headings:
As the UK has entered yet another period of mandatory stillness, there are some nasty little issues bubbling under the surface which are best dealt with sooner rather than later.
Let’s divide organisations firstly into three camps: those who are still operating fully from a central workspace, those who are now working entirely remotely, and those who are using a combination of the two.
No matter which group your organisation falls into, there are certain challenges that are faced across the board, even if the details vary.
If your workforce are unable to work from home due to the nature of the business, then many of your people will be concerned about the health risks of mixing with others, for example. They will also be worrying about the knock-on effect on their families, as well as how they are going to juggle childcare when they are in the office now that schools are closed again.
If your people are working remotely, they may be struggling with new technology such as video...