Sometimes, it’s easy to forget your progress, and we can get caught up in the thick of thin things, as Stephen Covey would say.

One way to remember what is important and check in on your progress is through a growth map, which can make all the difference between wandering aimlessly and reaching your desired destination.

Its beauty is that you start with the end in mind and decide how to measure progress.  You decide on the terrain; it is yours to create.

If the adage “a picture is worth a thousand words” holds true, then it’s when a client has painstakingly detailed what they want to achieve and they can visualize every aspect of their business three years ahead.

I’m often amazed by the excitement I see when we develop a map, and they become motivated by the clarity it provides.

Time, as they say, waits for no one. We are at the end of February; before long, it will be July.

You can start anytime. The clarity and motivation it brings you and your team will leave a lasting impression.