Goals can be daunting. Setting a goal plan even more challenging the more complex the goal.
What actions can you take to get you started and move the register to begin starting on path to accomplish larger goals?
Begin with a relatively easy goal you have in mind.
On a separate sheet of paper or online tool, write down every possible action you can think of to help you achieve this goal.
Include any tasks you can give yourself, any obstacles you can identify to your actions and tasks and the resources you would need and person that could help you around obstacles or help you with tasks.
Ultimately, you are responsible for completion and accountable to yourself.
As you begin working on your goal, more action items may emerge. Incorporate them to your original list.
Ask a friend or accountability buddy to help you think about your list and brainstorm action steps.
Decide how many hours per day and many days per week you want to allot to working on your goal. A good rule of thumb is two hours per task!
Implement and revise if needed.
Note that if you change your mind about starting toward your goal more than three times, you’ll need to reevaluate how important that goal was – no matter how small – and how committed you were.
Start small. Reach your goal. Learn and build your self confidence along the way.
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