It’s mid May, which means we are almost half way through 2016. When was the last time you reviewed your annual goals? I personally review my annual goals every Sunday; it’s the first step I take to planning a highly productive, successful week.

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At the beginning of this year, I wrote a blog sharing my 5 goals for 2016 with you. Today, I want to share with you how my team and I have progressed and how some of these goals have changed over the past 5 months.

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How are you doing with your 2016 goals? We would love to hear your progress over the past few months in the comments below.

 

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