The best place to start is actually from your end goal, and then work backwards. Set a date for when you want to achieve your goal, then work backwards to plan what you need to have done at each step to get there. Set milestones as you go so that you’ve got smaller goals to achieve each week or month to get you where you need to be.
Set SMART goals
You might have heard about SMART goals, but do you use them regularly? SMART goals are goals that are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Time-Based. Making sure your goals are SMART will make a world of difference when it comes to actually achieving them. You can read more about SMART goals here.
Review your goals
Your goals shouldn’t be a set-and-forget approach. Your circumstances might change, and the way you reach your goals should change with it. Make sure you’re taking the time to review them regularly so you can check that you’re on track and that your goal is still relevant and important to you.
Remember your ‘why’
As you go along, it can be easy to lose the motivation to achieve your goals. This is where your ‘why’ comes in handy. All of your goals, even though they might be related to your business, should have some significance to you personally. This makes it easier to stay motivated and remember why you have those goals in the first place.
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