Have you created your business goals?


No? Let me ask you this, which is more like you?


Do you ask yourself this? Why can I never get and achieve the things I want in my business? I feel like giving up. Why can’t I ever do anything right? I am an epic failure.


You may be feeling when you lack direction how do you achieve the level success that you are seeking?


Allow me to interrupt for a moment. Did you know that when you are in failure those are the moments that you learn and grow. We want the failures so that we can succeed and celebrate those happy moments. This is often overlooked.


If this is what you have been doing, keep reading, I can help you get back on track and start creating the success that you are after.


Or is this more like you, I reached another goal! This last one was huge, but I did it. What should I do to celebrate?


Which do you think would be more likely to achieve their goals? Ask yourself why?


Okay now that you have done this, why would one be better than the other? What is holding you back from writing out your goals? Or creating a vision board.


It certainly makes things a lot harder than what it needs to be. I am going to assume that you want to achieve your goals. We all long to, but reaching it is a different story. There is so much in the middle that is messy and it can be hard to see it coming true as fear gets in the way. Fear is always there. You can’t get rid of it. It is there to protect you. It is part of our fight or flight. Realizing this helps us to better understand things. You need to keep pushing through until you reach the goal that you have set out for yourself.


You got this! You can do anything that you set your mind to. Regardless of what that little voice in your head says. Ignore it. Keep pushing through it.

woman celebrating reaching her goals

I work backwards. I take my end goal. I write it down. Then I take that huge goal and I break it down into smaller pieces to make it achievable.


For example, if I am creating a course, I lay out each chapter. Then I break it down further and figure out what I want that chapter to solve and what the best way of doing that is. Then I go back I break down each step. I use lots of examples and I explain it well.


Your turn, you got this. It really is that easy. I like to sit down somewhere with a cup of tea, or even outside by myself and reflect. I start by asking myself what do I want? Is this something I really want to do/create? Does it align with my business mission? If it does not, I will still write down my idea. You never know if there is a possibility of it aligning in the future.