Business Success in 2020
Updated: Mar 26
I set goals for my business so I can stay focused and driven. Whether it is spirituality, career, or finances, my goals help push me further.
Business goals are essential because they offer a sense of achievement and purpose. Setting a specific time period to complete our goals allows us to work at them over time.
The very first thing you should do before this month ends is to write up a clear plan of action. This will enable you to determine all the tasks necessary so that you can start on the right track.
I like to use vision boards with vivid images of your objective or create a calendar that will help you stay on track. I still like to post notes and pictures at home, at work, and on my computer to remind me of what to accomplish each day.
Here are some things that work for me:
Mapping out what goals i currently have planned out
Do an overview of what you mapped out last year and what you would like to change or add for the new year. It doesn’t matter whether you were able to complete what you set out to do — just look forward to what you can finish and what did or didn’t work. Plans can always change, especially as your business grows, and nothing is set directly in stone.
Goal setting doesn't have to be a long and complicated process. You need to pick a theme, identify the necessary action items and commit to the process. I like to set aside 30 minutes a day to focus on my goals and set small tasks each day to work towards reaching them.
Set descriptive business goals
I love to visualise. What the mind can’t visualise, the mind can’t achieve. Thoughts are things and the more time you spend describing and visualising your goals, the better your chances will be to actually reaching them.
Milestones are a great way to help create some stepping stones as you work your way towards achieving your business goals.