By Gerry Murray. 28-11-2021
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"It's not whether you get knocked down, it's whether you get up."
~ Vince Lombardi
In December as we approach Christmas and the end of another year many of us start thinking about next year. For quite some people it never goes beyond thinking.
My guest on the latest episode of Leading People is author and consultant, Brian Moran. I invited Brian onto the show to chat about his results-focused planning methodology, which he calls The 12 Week Year.
I discovered The 12-Week Year myself a few years ago and it has completely transformed how I plan my time and where I focus my efforts. It's one of the reasons that the Leading People podcast gets recorded, produced and released consistently on time every two weeks and this weekly post goes out every Sunday morning.
During our conversation, Brian explains the key difference that makes the difference between plans that achieve results and those that don't.
He also outlines the key elements of the 12-week year toolbox, how to accept that every plan is flawed, why you've got to fail fast to accelerate your success and how to introduce The 12-Week Year in a large organisation.
Now, I bet you're curious about what actually is a 12 Week Year and how is it different from other methodologies.
So, why not dive in and find out...
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