PSA 19 The Road to Success 

 

"Success is neither magical nor mysterious.  Success is the natural consequence of consistently applying basic fundamentals."

 

Jim Rohn

WHY is this Meaningful to You?

WHY is this important?

 

The Annual Strategic Plan helps set your future up for success. Without it you may get entirely caught up working in the business (like many do), that you lose site of working on it.  This document will be the guiding force allowing you to stay focused on achieving the results you desire.  The Annual Strategic Plan outlines the activities you have, are, and need to implement to achieve your CUSO specific Business Goals. It is a great tool for measuring your ability to implement.

Combined, your CUSO specific Business Goals and the Annual Strategic Plan ensure you start as you mean to go on. It is, after all, always a good idea to begin with the end in mind. They will serve as a guide while you build your practice. At the same time, the Annual Strategic Plan will hold you accountable and ensure that you follow a systematic process that will build a profitable practice with long-term clients who trust you.

Lastly, when reviewing your CUSO specific Business Goals and Annual Strategic Plan be sure to reward yourself and your team for a job well done – as and when required. Sometimes we are so intently focused on the future and what still needs to be done, that we forget to take time out to acknowledge our past accomplishments. Be sure to give yourself and your team a pat on the back for jobs well done.

WHO is this proven strategy designed for?

 

For those who want to continue to achieve a high level of success professionally.

WHAT should you expect?

 

You will: 

  • Wind down the program with a clear understanding of what lay ahead for the next year

  • Prioritize so you can focus on the areas that will have the greatest impact on your success

  • Refer to “What You Can Expect from this Best Practice” on the next page for more

WHAT You Need to Know

HOW to Get Started

 

Stay the course - remain committed & do what you know is right for you & your practice.

First, use the Progress Report found at the front of your binder to take an inventory of where you are in the program.

 

Know WHERE to Focus Your Efforts

Annual Strategic Plan

  1. Review the Annual Strategic Plan click & type template.

  2. If you prefer, use the version of the Annual Strategic Plan you can print & write on easily.

  3. Begin to complete it by starting with the area most important to you.

  4. Think carefully about what you want to accomplish this year.

  5. Complete each section.

  6. Save it in a place that allows you to easily access, review and update it.

  7. Discuss it with your CUSO Team.

Know HOW to Focus Your Efforts

  1. Use the time you've previously allocated in your organizer for your regular PSA coaching sessions to 'work on the business' not in the business.

    • You've gone several months now protecting this time for the future growth of your practice - keep the habit over the long-run and you will continue to progress by remaining focused on what's important to you and your practice.

    • You may wish to use the Weekly Meeting Agenda (PSA 2). This can be done in the context of with others on your team or as a review and check-in with yourself.

  2. Continue to include PSA initiatives on Agendas used to meet with team, clients or peers.

  3. Implement a monthly reporting process to track and monitor your progress, such as:

    • Number of referrals and number of new clients

    • New assets/revenues generated from new clients

    • New assets/revenues generated from existing clients (consolidation of assets)

  4. Commit to a Quarterly Strategic Meeting with yourself and/or your team to provide updates on goals and objectives, and assess progress on PSA best practice initiatives.

    • This is the ideal time to review and update the Annual Strategic Plan.

    • Refer to the Quarterly Strategic Meeting Sample Agenda.  This can be done in the context of others on your team or as a review and check-in with yourself.

  5. Have an Annual Planning session with yourself and/or your team to review the past year and compare results with goals as well as, update your Business Goals for the next year.  This is also the ideal time to review and update your Client Analysis Worksheet (PSA 5).

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