Episode 23: Finding The Joy (And Purpose) in Setting Goals

Goals can be such a great tool to have in your toolbelt when you’re planning a career move, starting a business, deciding on operating plans, or even just staring down a brand-new year and not wanting to waste it.  

There are, however, times when goals—even the most well-planned and well-intentioned ones—slip into more of an antagonist role and instead of inspiring us, they start to make us feel like failures and want to give up. 

Is this because the goal was a bad goal? Or is it because our expectations of that goal and its timeline were a bit aggressive?

On this episode, Christin Cardone McClave, the Chief Growth Officer of AchieveNEXT, a human capital advisory firm serving middle market companies in various stages of growth, chats about what goals have meant to her, personally and professionally. 

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Guest Bio:

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Christin Cardone McClave is the Chief Growth Officer of AchieveNEXT, a human capital advisory firm serving middle market companies in various stages of growth. Over the span of her career, Christin has held high-level positions at CARDONE, Johnson & Johnson, and now at AchieveNEXT. 

Christin received her leadership coaching certification from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI) and holds her accreditation with the International Coach Federation (ICF). She enjoys walking her clients and teams through strategy development and organizational alignment with personal and professional goals.