55 Considerations for You and Your Business in 2013 Part 1 – Focus on You


55 Considerations for You and Your Business in 2013 Part 1 – Focus on You


By: Dave Baney

To learn more about the 55 Questionssm process click on the logo. This is the first of a two-part article offering 55 considerations for not just your company but for you as well.

Read the list and find something to commit to for 2013 that will make a difference in your business and your life.

Only select one or two things; you are already busy so don’t over commit because the end result will be that none of them will get done.

1. Practice patience…

2. Lose weight…

3. Exercise regularly

4. Focus more, be fully in the moment…

5. Schedule some “me time” on your calendar…

6. Lower your golf handicap or improve another athletic skill…

7. Schedule family time on your calendar…

8. Select some family events/activities that would be meaningful to do together…

9. Plan for “learning time”…

10. Read more, set a goal for number of books read…

11. Write down 3 learnings from 2012 and how you will apply them…

12. Help one youth per month…

13. Get rid of stuff in your closet or basement…

14. Learn a new language…

15. Go on a picnic with family and/or friends…

16. Visit a park that holds childhood memories for you and share it…

17. Schedule your wills and trusts…

18. Update your vacations for 2013 now…

19. Evaluate your retirement plans…

20. Set 3 year goals for yourself…

21. Define your personal core values…

22. Schedule “think time” for yourself…

23. Define your personal core purpose…

24. What will your biggest purchase for yourself or family be in 2013…

25. Define your personal core competencies…

26. Laugh more…

27. Help an elderly person each month…

Next week we will focus on commitments for your business.

Dave Baney brings over 30 years of Fortune 500 management and leadership experience to growing businesses nationwide through 55 Questions’ tools and processes. Known for crisp execution, marketing insight and thoughtful direction, he is now a trusted advisor for CEOs. Contact Dave directly: dbaney@55questions.com