Five questions to help you improve upon the power of goal setting in 2017.
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January, 2017

Dear <<First Name>>,

Happy New Year! Tis' the season for resolutions ... have you come up with your goals for 2017?

Setting goals is a great way to give yourself a vision for where you're going, keeps you on track, and gives you a way to gauge progress. When setting goals consider asking yourself these 5 questions to give your goals a greater chance of being checked as complete.
When setting goals ask yourself:
  1. What exactly do you plan to accomplish?
  2. How will you know if the goal was met?
  3. To what degree is the goal attainable?
  4. Is the goal aligned with your values (what’s important to you), and germane to your success?
  5. Over what period of time will you have accomplished this goal? 


Jacqueline Franklin
Chief Coaching Partner
IPEC Certified Professional Coach
Energy Leadership Master Practitioner
Coach2Growth helps Executives and Corporate Leaders, Business Leaders, and Leaders in Transition grow by capitalizing on their strengths to lead and partner. With our guidance, business people achieve more, gain recognition, and grow and prosper fearlessly.
E-Squared could best be described as a lab manual with simple and fun experiments that demonstrate how you can shape your life with your mind. The nine experiments, each of which can be conducted with no money and take very little time, remind us that our thoughts can be empowering.
Jacqueline partners for success with her clients, blending years of strategic and practical business experience in global companies with enthusiasm for helping leaders, organizations and teams realize their potential. She has worked with company leaders and individual contributors to help them achieve more, gain recognition and prosper fearlessly.

Jacqueline has been a natural and compassionate champion, mentor and coach to women throughout her career. She participated on the board of Girls Inc. of Lynn for six years, and is a member of The Boston Club, one of the largest communities of women executives and professional leaders in the Northeast.

Jacqueline has an MBA and is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC), having completed her training in the premier accredited International Coaching Federation (ICF) certification program through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching.  She is also certified as an Energy Leadership Index-Master Practitioner (ELI-MP).

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