Prioritize Your Goals to Get and Stay Organized

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Getting Organized Requires You to Prioritize Your Goals

Everyone has dreams but in order to succeed you want to make sure the dreams you are chasing are really your goals and not your parents goals, your spouse’s goals or even society’s goals.  This way when you need to really dig in and really hustle, you will be more likely to find the drive to keep moving forward.  Let’s face it if you decide to hustle, you should hustle right. Right?

Below are some of the reasons why setting goals and prioritizing them before you get started can make all the difference. First, ask yourself what you really want to achieve and set realistic goals. You see, many people work very hard and try very hard and keep failing because they did not set specific goals in the first place.  This is important so I will repeat it – your goals must be specific.

What is the Difference Between Important and Urgent?

Today’s modern world means always being on the go and because there is so much to do and very limited time, anyone can get overwhelmed – and almost everyone does at some point. Prioritizing helps you to differentiate what is important from what is merely urgent. For instance, you may waste a lot of time responding to urgent emails which may not necessarily be important instead of using that time to do something more important. Truly the most important tasks of our day ought to be money tasks, if we aren’t bringing in money we are out of business.

Specific Goals Keep You Motivated

If you set specific goals, every small success will fuel you to continue with the hustle. You must have smaller short-term goals apart from the bigger long-term goals in order to maximize your potential. I like to start with the long term goal(s) and work my way backwards to see what needs to be done to achieve those goals.  You may prefer to set short term goals and plans to see what you need to achieve weekly or monthly that will shape the long-term goals. Whatever method works best for you is okay, just make sure you take the time to write down your goals – and be specific.

If You Don’t Set and Prioritize Your Goals, You Won’t Grow

Setting goals before you take action keeps you focused and more organized. If you don’t prioritize these goals, you will not have a clear direction on what you really want to achieve. In order to grow and succeed in your business, you must know when you are succeeding and whether you are growing or not. But how will you know this if you don’t know what you want to achieve in the first place? Written, specific goals help you measure your success and also helps you see when you are missing the mark, so you can get back on track.

Prioritizing Your Goals Keeps You on Track

When you are a solopreneur, you often work harder than others. This means keeping long hours and always being on the go, doing whatever it takes to achieve your goals. Because you are working round the clock, it is easy to stray from the goal and to sometimes forget what exactly you want to achieve. If you prioritize your goals and review them regularly, you will be able to realize whether you are straying or whether you are still on track. This will help you get back to what you started out to do; stay disciplined and achieve your goals.

To help you get started on your goal planning download this free Goals Journal to help you figure out what you want and to develop a plan to reach those goals.  Get started today, click here to download.

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