By Ty Hendrickson
As we begin to wrap up 2020 and look toward the next year, now is the perfect time to decide what you want in 2021 for yourself. Whether that is personally or professionally or a combination of both, goal setting is a critical factor in whether or not you actually get where you want to be.
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Personally, I love goal setting. But I also love to-do lists, checklists and about any other type of list. As a type A accountant, goal setting is right up my alley, but I know this isn’t everyone’s cup of tea.