Three steps to set the 2018 goal you will actually want to solve
January heralds a New Year – new possibilities, opportunities and challenges. I don’t think the resolution of the New Year itself is bad, but I think they tend to lead to a “present” mentality rather than a long-term plan. For example, diet is not the next four weeks; It’s about your consistent decision. Strategic planning around clear goals, accountability for results, and consistent goals are all successful.
3 steps to set 2018 goals you will actually want to solve
Set a goal that you can be fired.
A diet or nutrition plan must revolve around your lifestyle, your health needs and what you really like to eat. If you plan all your success around things you don’t like, you’re unlikely to stick with it. No matter how much you can tell me Lima beans are nutritious, I still think they’re disgusting. No matter what they do, I will have a chance. On the other hand, if you tell me, I should eat steak and vegetables, drink my morning coffee, eat a lot of water, have a nice glass of wine for dinner, and then I’ll go in! (it doesn’t match my actual diet, if you want to know)
The same is true for your business goals. I’ve learned that if you have a great goal, but not something you like or don’t want to do, then you won’t. For example, my skills and abilities (and interests) are not consistent with repetitive things. I like to discover major issues, create and think big ideas, and talk about – that’s why I love my role as CEO.
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For example, I set a goal that would allow me to complete the task over and over again. The probability of my success is very low. , on the other hand, if I set one every few weeks to put forward a new idea target, especially pay attention to how it will affect our business, and who will be responsible for the new initiative, so I can really immersed in this problem.
To be clear, I’m not saying that you can’t sit in a job that you don’t like. But in the long run, you’re not trying to be successful. You’ll be more likely to be 100 percent excited about something.
Make sure your goals are easy to understand.
If I have been engaged in business studies for the past few years, I have a clear goal and a ruthless one. If you have 50 plans to pursue, track, understand, and influence, you will have nightmares (or sleepless nights). No one can keep it together.
We are going to sell ten houses this year.
Our team will add a new active buyer to the wholesale list every week.
I would add two new rents per year to the passive income mix for a period of 10 years.
Our team will make $20,000 net this month, and it will be net 12 months per month.
We will hire a new acquirer, specific job description and these specific indicators.
With a clear and simple goal, it can be explained and quantified easily and easily. With 50 different metrics, you’ll spend unrealistic time collecting all the data – and then try to decipher all the Numbers and understand what the information tells you.
Be careful that your short term goals are in line with your long-term plan.
Yes, it means you need a long-term plan. Assume your long-term goal is to quit the company. So you need to clear out a month of passive income? So how many houses do you need to buy to get there? Where do you buy your house and who will manage them, if not you?
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Don’t be too complicated. Don’t let others negatively influence your thoughts. Work through your ideas, have a clear plan, believe in yourself, and execute. Have a plan that you’re excited about. Deal with it, improve it, and keep checking your plans. You will be aware of the content of your daily work and where you need to adjust or change it so that you can end up where you want it. That’s easy.
Right now. Review your goals and plans. Work confidently. View the final game you are looking for. Go after it.