A MARKETING 305 FINAL PROJECT
Per ZOOM discussion today, here is the list of items needed by the due date discussed to continue adding components to your Final Project.
Please note that this IS NOT your Final Project; just parts of the larger.
The Five (5) Items that I need are:
"You Are Your Own Brand" Self Outline\
Salary.com bell-curve Screenshot
Here are some tips:
A personal business plan, sometimes called a personal development plan, is guided by the same principles as a corporate business plan. You write a personal business plan to review your personal goals relating to your career, family and financial development. But writing a personal business plan is only the first step in a process. Once it is written, execution requires reviewing the plan, modifying it and maintaining the discipline to stick to it.
Step 1 Write a personal mission statement that expresses your core values and your ultimate goals for balance and happiness. Core values might include having a family and perhaps putting career second to children when the time comes. A mission statement is the basis for establishing goals and measuring your success.
Step 2 List priorities regarding career and personal relationships and the responsibilities involved in each. For example, work is essential for providing a particular lifestyle, but how much are you willing to sacrifice time with friends and family to advance in your career?
Step 3 Read through the priorities and look for ways to balance different components of your life. Write down goals for areas where you can improve balance between work, family, physical and spiritual growth and development. For example, if your life is running between work and family obligations, you might set a goal of having one hour of personal time daily.
Step 4 Set deadlines for each goal, breaking it down into smaller components if needed. For example, if you want to compete in a triathlon, you may need to first establish smaller training parameters to work up to your ultimate goal. Break larger goals into smaller goals like running three miles per day and then increasing to five per day in four weeks.
Step 5 Review the plan to ensure you are being realistic regarding your goals and steps. Make adjustments to the overall plan if you feel overwhelmed, but don't hesitate to raise your standards stage by stage. It may sound wonderful to increase income, have more personal and family time and start training for a triathlete, but all these together may be too much to incorporate into any one period. Take a step back and make baby-step adjustments.