The First 100 Days

There’s no reason to restrict the equally arbitrary and strategic practice of goal-setting for the first 100 days to famous people taking on famous roles.

One hundred days is about 14 weeks, or a little bit more than a quarter. In other words, it’s probably not enough time to accomplish everything, but it’s almost certainly enough time to set the patterns that will largely determine what you’ll accomplish.

And, the more unknowns or degrees of flexibility you begin with, the more important it is to set priorities and patterns.

Today starts a new 100 days — as mindfully and intentionally as possible.


HT Brent