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As the year comes to an end, goal setters are beginning to look back to assess what 2015 was like. The statistics will determine if it’s been successful, static, or retrogressive. The outcome of the assessment becomes the baseline for setting next year’s goals. In addition to baseline, it tells you what and what should be done. And as individuals, families, and companies have their Christmas and end of year parties, behind the fun, there’s rumination resonating in the heads of business-minded people and leaders. The written and unwritten data are staring them in the face, reminding them of the realities of what the year has been like. These realities will inform their decisions on the actions to take to make the coming year worth celebrating. To assess the achievements of 2015, asking yourself the following questions will bring you to a logical conclusion. 1. What were the goals?: It…