Updated: Mar 12, 2019
1) Write them down
- Writing down your goals is good for multiple reasons. Studies show that by writing things down your goals your are 97% more likely to achieving them. Having your goals in front of you on a consistent basis will ultimately help you keep your focus.
2) Create your "why"
-It's easy to create a goal and say you want something, but if there is no real depth or purpose behind it how likely are you really to achieving it? Your "why" is the reasoning behind your desire to achievement. Having a strong why will ultimately help keep you moving forward when you get tired, lack motivation, or even get distracted. Make sure you have a big "why."
3) Break them down into action steps
-Breaking your goals down into a step by step road map is critical to moving in the right direction. You should break your goals down into monthly, daily, weekly, daily, and hourly action steps. Follow our blog or check out our website resources to get a more in depth guide on how to break down your goals down into action steps.
4) Focus on personal development & mindset
-When you read any book, listen to any podcast, or attend seminars all of the successful influencers in their industries all say the same thing; they read often, listen to podcasts, & attend seminars frequently. The wheel has already been invented, follow the successful person in your industry or field and apply their actions into your life.
5) Share your goals
-By sharing your goals it not only makes others aware, it also holds you accountable to those goals. When you tell someone what your goals are often times they will check up with you to ensure you are making progress and taking the necessary steps to achieving those goals.