Just because you come up with a great plan in your head, doesn’t make it real

Visualizing what you want in life is a wonderful practice but don’t forget about making an action plan to fulfill those goals. Here are some tips to get you going.

1. Break down your ultimate goals into smaller steps. If you want to double your income, for instance, keep that big number in mind but break that big number down into a monthly income total. If necessary, break that down even further into weekly and daily goals. Knowing these smaller goals will help you focus on daily money-making tasks to earn those totals and ultimately reach that larger goal.

2. Plot your daily money-making tasks. No matter what your ultimate goals, you need to make money with your business and those are the tasks you should prioritize. What tools do you have at your disposal? Think about how to use your blog, social media, email list, affiliate products, products and programs to make more sales.

Sometimes all it takes is publicizing your offers more frequently via social media and to your email...

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Feel like you’re on a hamster wheel going nowhere ?

Do you have your goals set out for this year?

Did you create them at the beginning of the year but haven’t monitored them since then? If that’s you, don’t worry, you’re not alone.

Business goals help you gauge your success and help you stay motivated to reach those goals. Some people think the planning stage is drudgery but even those entrepreneurs who prefer the “fly by the seat of your pants” approach to running their business have specific goals in mind.

Not having goals is equivalent to being on a hamster wheel going nowhere.

Take a few minutes and think about what you want to accomplish in your business and make sure you’re not making any of these mistakes in your goal-setting process:

1. Procrastinating. You don’t need to wait until January 1st to set your goals. Try setting quarterly goals instead. If the idea seems overwhelming, set a timer for 30 minutes and start mapping your goals on paper.

2. Not prioritizing. You can...

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