New Year’s Resolution

Happy New Year!

At this time of year I usually make New Year’s resolutions. I try to set at least three resolutions for the year a head. I usual get close to what ever goal I had set but I don’t always exceed all of my resolutions. I see my goals as a guide to where I want to be a year from now. If I meet or exceed my goal great but as long as I am on path then I am doing well.

I haven’t really set a goal for this year and I am not sure I want to. I have an idea of what I want to work on this year but I don’t want to put anything to paper for some reason. Maybe I have too many goals for this year, which is not unlike me. I usually have a lot of ambitions and I am really harsh with myself.

Maybe I don’t want to disappoint myself when I don’t meet or exceed my goals for this year. Believe me I work very hard at my goals but I think I have too many to really focus on any one thing.

What ever the reason I know I will be successful at what ever goals I have in mind and no matter what happens this year. Just to make sure I am heading in the right direction I will put down a few things on my agenda for this year so I can refer to them next year…

1.)    Finish my Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation

2.)    Add $50,000 to $100,000 of new business to my departments bottom line

3.)    Get my husband organized and keep him organized

4.)    Improve and/or increase marketing for my department and our agency

5.)    Become a skill level 4 in 8 ball/3 in 9 ball

6.)    Establish long term financial security via a retirement plan and life insurance

That is only a few at the top of my to-do list. I told you I have a long list. Now it’s time to get down to business…

Pamela

About Pamela Dodge, CIC, CISR, CPIA, ACSR

Knowledgeable, creative insurance professional with 18+ years in the insurance industry, specializing in personal insurance programs.
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