After you’ve established your motivation for starting your business (your “why”), you’ll want to focus on your specific goal.
What does it look like to reach your target?
What is your ideal income in order to get where you’re hoping to be?
Although we should be positive, uncomplaining, and content with our lives, whatever position we’re in, there’s nothing wrong with having some goals for your business on the kind of success you’d like to achieve.
It’s been said, “The biggest problem is not aiming too high; most people’s biggest problem is aiming too low and hitting it.”
If you aim low you’ll likely hit it with no problem. But you won’t experience the growth you want to see.
An exercise that may help is to ask, if it were impossible for you to fail, what would you shoot for?
Many times the only thing holding you back from your goals is the fear of failure.
If you haven’t already, I would encourage you to take a moment to consider 2 things:
- What is your ideal income you’re hoping to reach?
- How much further do you need to go from where you are now to where you’d like to be?
Having an idea about these 2 concepts can help you track your progress and give you some direction for your business.
Let’s say your ultimate goal is to be free from debt, for example. How much money would you need to be making to pay off your debt (and stay out of debt)? How much money are you making now with your business? And what is the difference between those 2 figures?
There’s no better time than now to try to figure it out! 🙂
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