goals

Good day fellow bloggers!

Today, we are going to switch it up a bit. A few months ago, I was duped into spending $15 of our hard earned money on a program that stated it would help me set goals for a business that I am trying to start. After I generously paid, I received an email of questions that I feel wasn’t worth $15; no explanation, just questions. So, I want to share them with you for free.

I’ve changed the outline and wording of the original questions so they can’t sue me. 🙂

Setting Goals

Setting clear goals is an important part of the success of your business. The next set of questions should help you get really clear on the goals that you want to set. Set aside an hour of your time to truly immerse yourself in the task for maximum results.

Current Analysis

  1. Where is my business right now?
  2. What is my current income?
  3. What am I good at?
  4. What can I do better?
  5. Are there any additional skills that I may need to help my business work more efficiently?
  6. What additional resources, such as, courses, books, coaching, videos or audios, could help further my business agenda?
  7. Is there anything I cannot do?
  8. What do I need to gain more skills?
  9. What will all of this cost?

Future Planning

  1. What would you like for your income to be in 3 months? 12 months? 3 years?
  2. What would you like to spend the extra income on?
  3. How would your extra income make you feel?
  4. What would the extra income do for you and your family?
  5. How will you be able to increase your income?
    1. Sell more?
    2. New products?
    3. New services?

Personal and Family Goals

  1. Do you have balance in your life right now?
  2. Do you spend enough time with your family?
  3. Do you spend enough time with yourself?
  4. Are you able to set aside 15 minutes to yourself?
  5. What do you do to recharge yourself?

Summary

  1. What is your number one?
    1. Personal Goals
    2. Business Goals
  2. Take time to break down Personal Goals/Business Goals into 10 smaller steps
  3. How would achieving your goals make you feel?
  4. Sit for 5 minutes and visualize your emotions. Try to really feel how amazing it would feel to achieve all of your goals.

Thank you guys for reading my post today. Like I said, it is a bit different from my usual subjects, but I wanted to share with you what I have come across and learned. I have realized that you can use this list of questions for any goal you want to accomplish, not just starting a business.

I would like each and every one of you to have a great day! May God bless you in every way.

“There are times I am happy. There are times I am sad. But I always try to separate emotion from the need to reach for something stronger, deeper. And then no matter the emotion, I can reach for a stability that helps me accomplish what is the goal.” -Troy Polamalu

 

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23 comments on “Setting Goals

  1. I would recommend a Permacultre Design Course. Many versions are available for free you just don’t get a certificate of completion without paying for the course. It’s used mostly for agriculture but in it’s essence it’s a method for organizing and problem solving. The skills you learn will apply to any business model.

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  2. Reblogging to Success Inspirers World ☺

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  3. FYI the ONLY reason I didn’t nominate you is because I saw you got nominated 😋

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  4. It’s amazing how much impact good goal setting and planning has on one’s life.

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  5. Brilliant. Ending this with such an amazing quote. Totally agree.

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  6. hey dear! I have nominated you for the photography challenge. check out my blog for further details.

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  7. This is beautiful Dear. One of my favourite posts. 👍🏼

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  8. Educative. I love

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  9. These are all very cogent questions. My own business coach is bound to ask me several of the same questions, when we meet online, next Friday.

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  10. Love d quote at the end. For me, eventually it’s a call to chose purpose over pain

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  11. 👏 👏 👏

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