A new year, a new start. For those who achieved your goals, a big kudos to you. For those who fell a little short from reaching your targets, don't lose hope. There's no need to beat yourself up or feel devastated. Because it is okay to fail, and here's why:
#1- No effort is wasted
As long as you’ve done your professional best for your clients and done your due diligence, no effort is wasted. Sure, you were hoping they would come in during last year’s production. But, your hard work and genuine concern to plan for their financial future will see them coming in eventually.
#2 – The most important lessons are the hardest
If you’re feeling emotional about not achieving your goal, it meant that you gave your entirety and fought your hardest to reach your goal.
These emotions will help propel you to a stronger start this year.
#3 – Reflect and improve
Ask yourself, “What are the reasons that made you fail from reaching your goals?”
And if you achieved your goals, this is important for you, too. You need to find out what were the reasons that helped you reach your goals. These would be the reasons you’d need to revisit for days or months where you’re falling short from your target.
With these short tips in mind, we hope you’re charged up and ready for a better 2020.
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The 5th Asia Trusted Life Agents & Advisers Award is now open for nominations. It is an Award that recognises excellence beyond production figure in the insurance industry, and its judging process is independently- audited with over 30 CEOs, seniors executives, association heads and industry experts on the judging panel.
For more information on nominations and the full list of judges and supporting organisations, visit: www.asiaadvisersnetwork.com/Awards
If you require further information, email Mr Mohamad Hyqel, Awards Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org