Unless you’re Type A, goal setting can create additional anxiety and seem like a daunting task. Even if you are the most official planner out there, setting measurable intentions can be challenging if you are implementing them as a family; however, instilling a sense of pride and accomplishment early on in a child’s life can create lifelong habits and future success. Not a planner? No worries! You can still help your family manage and fulfill their aspirations. Chances are your kiddos may not want to sit still for a long and boring family meeting either, so here are four steps to getting the whole team involved and ensuring everyone can play their part.
One year ago, we got off airplanes and built remote-friendly systems, we stopped taking lunch meetings as Zoom became a household name, and families around the world traded classrooms for remote learning platforms. We adapted because we were forced to, and along the way, many of us have found more efficiency, transparency, and time back in our schedules. We’ve done what technology has always helped us do: be adaptable and resilient.