The end is near

It’s already the end of November – the year 2019 is almost over.

Crazy, huh?

So, with this year coming to an end, it’s time to review the yearly goals and set new ones for the next year.

One step of my yearly goal was to create a system to send out an email per week. And I somehow managed to do this.

What was your goal for your music career in 2019? 

Have you reached it yet?

If yes, that’s super great and I’m proud of you. And I’d love to hear your story and how you achieved it. So that I can learn from you and do better myself 🙂

If no, why not?

Maybe the goal was too broad so you didn’t know where to start.

Or you haven’t implemented a system to measure it in a reliable way.

Perhaps it was simply too much for one year.

Or the goal wasn’t even the right one for you to tackle at the moment.

Possibly you didn’t have a clear roadmap and milestones so you already fell behind after two days.

Whatever it was, I guess you have a good reason why you failed.

Failure isn’t something bad. But if I can avoid to fail and instead succeed, I’d always go with the latter.

So let’s talk about how you can win next year.

Let’s find your one biggest goal you need to get one step further in your music career.

It doesn’t matter if it’s a big or a small step. What matters is how realistic the goal is for you.

And while we’re at it, let’s also add actionable steps and challenging deadlines so that you always know what to do at every moment without getting distracted by other things.

Now, if you didn’t reach your yearly goal this year or want to improve for 2020, here’s the next step:

Where do you see yourself in five years? That’s it.

I read and reply to every message.

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