Evolution of Setting & Achieving Goals: How to Get Bigger, Bolder, and Better

Over the years, we have seen how the way we’re setting and achieving our goals has evolved. A huge part of our growth and traction is the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) that we’ve implemented in our business. 

When we first started out, we had short-term goals such as getting the blogpost or newsletter done or sending out an email once a week. 

Back in August 2020, we decided to be an EOS company. One year later, we have seen the tremendous impact it has had on our business. It has been life-changing not only for our business but for our team members as well. It has called us higher in the way we show up in the business and relate to each other and our clients. 

Indeed, it has been one of the best decisions we've ever made. 

What is the EOS? 

With the EOS system, team members have 90-day goals but can chunk down the steps, action items, or milestones to make those goals attainable. 

The Impact of EOS in Our Business 

1. Clarity

EOS has given us clarity since it forces you to be extremely clear with everything, including your values, vision, data, process, and people. EOS wants you to get traction and operate in an extremely clear way.

2. EOS milestones

The EOS milestones keep you on track and help you prioritize things so you know exactly what you need to work on each week and when you need to get it done. You also get to set yourself up so you know if next week’s goal can be started once you’re done with your current goal.

It also paints a picture for every team member to see exactly where everyone else is at. This shows each team member where they need to be to keep everyone moving in the same direction. Even when you're off-track, you get to recalibrate immediately. 

3. Having the right people.

You're not going to get very far without the right people in the right seats. If you don't have that, you can't go forward.

If you want to learn more about our evolution of setting and achieving goals, check out 058: Evolution of Setting & Achieving Goals

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