It's Halftime Game | 4 Strategies to create a Quarterly Plan

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We’re at half time! Which play are you going to run? Anybody can be excited at the beginning of the journey, but can you be consistent until the end? It’s easy to start something, hard to stick with it. That’s what makes the difference between the people who make shit happen and the people who are hoping and wishing things would get better.

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4 Strategies to create a Quarterly Plan:

1. Don’t worry about the score
2. Disrupt and stabilize
3. Innovate and expand
4. Recommit to your vision

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