Setting Goals

27 Feb

This week I have been working on setting some goals for my business. It is easy to know exactly what you want but knowing how to get there is another problem entirely!

So what I decided to do was write down what I want to achieve and then break this down further into steps that can be easily accomplished.  Then I created a daily log sheet and listed up to six things I need to do each day to improve my business. I find it extremely helpful to write this down and at the end of my sheet I have a section where I can write myself notes. Plus I can carry over what I didn’t get accomplished.

I am not beating myself up if all six items aren’t done. At first I was listing way too much in each section! So I broke everything down into more manageable steps. For example today I have on my list, this post to do! Then proof read a PLR pack I want to giveaway as a freebie. Another item is to help a client set up a blog, on this one I set a time limit and stick to it!

I also took the time to write out monthly and yearly goals. Just the process of writing everything down was a great education. I know I can do this and just need to keep working and producing new content for my site along with building my list!

So if you haven’t sat down and made a business plan of some sort, maybe it is time you did? Feel free to share your goals or even your daily activities below. I look forward to reading them!

Sue Fleckenstein

I am a freelance writer and content creator living in the Toronto area. I am working on growing my PLR Store to create a residual income stream. Not sure what PLR is? Then you can download my Free PLR Guide and learn how to use your PLR content to its best advantage.

3 thoughts on “Setting Goals

  1. I’ve been wanting to make a post about this for a while now… I am glad you beat me to it though :). Goal setting is oh so important, and then, as you did – creating a daily action plan for it – makes the impossible possible. I can testify to that!

    Things can get overwhelming, but if we break them down to small baby steps, they are doable and don’t appear that “impossible” anymore.

    Great post Sue. Inspiring! 🙂

  2. Thanks Sue and Konrad.
    It’s the exact subject I was just discussing with my wife.
    AND I MEAN JUST NOW!!!! We have been texting back and forth discussing the need to get better organized and how to proceed, and ironically decided to write a step by step blueprint for the business. Very timely post!

    • Hi Rob

      Glad that this post helped. I have been following and writing a daily log sheet and it really is helpful. It helps whether it is for work or for personal stuff.

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