Holidays are already here. The most magical night - the night of December 31st is around the corner. New Year's Eve can be not only for making wishes but also for setting goals for the future. In fact, why not convert your wishes into real goals?
What should be your goal? It does not matter. There is only one important thing here - the goal should be real. So real, that it makes your eyes light up at the thought. Start by writing a list of goals and listen to yourself. How do you feel when you see each of your goals? Ask yourself a question: do I want this? And if your heart starts beating harder, then the goal is real.
After you have made sure that the goal is real, you need to understand what specific actions are required to achieve it.
The goal is just a dream unless you have a step-by-step plan.
Unfortunately, many people overlook this. And, without observing the sequence of steps, as a rule, they float where the wind blows. And then suddenly they realize that they have already sailed very far from their goal.
Could your plan change? Of course, it can but if you have an understanding of where you are going and what resources you have, one way or another your goal will be achieved.
What else is important to consider on the way to translate the goal into reality?
You need to have a written plan. It is important to conduct a regular self-check and analysis of the results achieved for a month, quarter, six months - where and at what stage you are, what is working out and what is not. And ask yourself as often as possible: is my current result getting closer to my annual goal?
It's time for efficiency, for online projects, and brave ideas. Set ambitious goals and don't be afraid to try new things!