I bet you didn’t expect that statement from someone who’s spent most of their adult life setting big goals?
What do I mean?
Well, I’m not saying that you shouldn’t be setting big, important goals, you most definitely should. You should set some mildly outrageous ones as well!
Why not set a goal of owning a helicopter, or being in a position to have 6 overseas holidays a year?
Anything that has been achieved by somebody else, is achievable by you. However, it’s the process of getting there that should be taking your time and effort. It’s the small goals that map your journey to the big outcomes that’re important.
Take care of the little things
Let’s say that you’ve set yourself a goal of owning a 6 bedroomed house. For you to get to the position where you can afford it, there’ll be a number of smaller goals you’ll need to achieve first.
For example, you could set some goals that’ll allow you to generate additional regular income, or maybe help you find a mentor? These are the goals that you should be chasing, the things you have control over. Spend your time chasing the things you can influence, rather than the things you can’t.
So, now you’ve decided on you big, outrageous goal, you’ll need to get a plan to get there won’t you? Well, that’s where I can help.
Take a look at this post from a while ago, it’ll help you get all your ducks in a row and give you a roadmap to achieving anything you desire.
Let me know how you get on in the comments 😉