The phrase ‘the First 100 Days’ was first used in 1933 to describe US President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s now legendary First 100 Days in office, in which he delivered unprecedented results in the First 100 Days in his new role as President.

The concept has since made its way into the business lexicon to describe the early phase of a new leadership appointment…as well as to how you and I approach the first 100 days of the New Year.

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