Setting goals is a great starting point for added productivity. You need to dream big and consider what you want to accomplish. Because, if you don’t know where you’re going, how will you know if you get there?
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This post is Day #2 of our 25-Day Productivity Challenge! You can find the entire round-up HERE. Make sure you pin this post so you can find it later and don’t forget to take action!
Why You Need Goals
In all transparency, I’m the type of person who doesn’t like to set New Years Resolutions – because I don’t have much confidence that I’ll achieve them. But, I do set general goals for each area of my life – home, homeschool, work, personal, etc.
However, that’s not good enough! General goals will get you in a general direction. Specific goals will get you exactly where you want to go.
And the scarier the goal, the better. Because if a goal can easily be accomplished this weekend, it wasn’t big enough.
What goal do you want to set for yourself that is a bit scary and may seem a bit out of reach? That’s the goal you need!
And you can set more than one big goal for the year, but probably not more than three! If you have too many goals, you will only have time to dabble in each one instead of crushing each one.
How to Set Goals
Today’s Homeschool with Moxie Podcast is all about how to set goals. You can find Episode #42 and additional links in the show notes.
So here’s your action step for today: Brainstorm a list of 20 audacious goals for the year. Don’t edit your list as you write it – anything that comes to mind, write it down!
Then, go back through and pick your top three. Join us in the 25 Day Productivity Challenge tomorrow to learn how to take those big goals and divide them down into manageable tasks.