Want to be the CEO of your own life, and manage your choices in a way that a CEO would? You’ve come to the right place. Here are a few tips on how you can be the CEO of your own life, instead of being a mindless employee fulfilling task after task.
1) Do A Weekly Check-In
Take a step back and make the time to check in with yourself on a weekly basis. Ask yourself if you are happy, and see what needs to be tweaked or strengthens. Be proactive rather than waiting for a challenge in order to do what’s right for you.
2) Make Decisions According To Your Priorities
If your priority is to hit a certain sales goal, work backwards to figure out what you need to do to meet that goal. Do you need to be clearer about what you need from your team? Do you need to spend more time on your social media marketing? Are you drained and overwhelmed and need to take a step back? Assess your priorities and make your decisions accordingly.
3) Conduct A Performance Review
The best way to be the CEO in your own life is to use the rules of good business practice on yourself. Proactively set goals for yourself, and every quarter set aside time to see how you’ve matched up to those KPIs. This gives you an opportunity to think of skills you need to strengthen, activities you need to tweak, and look at the big picture when it comes to your life’s goals.
4) Audit Your Resources
As the saying goes, “Run the day or the day runs you.” You need to take stock of your best resources – yourself. Have you had a chance to recharge your passion and energy levels? Don’t feel guilty about making yourself a priority. Instead, audit your resources and see what needs to change in order for you to be your best self, and to perform at 100% capacity.
5) Bask In Your Successes
As the CEO of your own life, it is important for you to celebrate your successes, no matter how small. In your pursuit of being a successful direct seller and part of QNET’s Achievers’ Club, don’t forget to look in the mirror and give yourself praise. Show off your successes to your friends and family so that they can see you for the role model that you are.