As a business owner, you need to set goals both in your business and personal life. Setting goals will help you focus on the things that are most important to you and your business. Take a look at how to write and set your goals. Plus I have a free worksheet, the Bosspreneur Business Goals Worksheet for you to download below.
 

Long-term and Short-term goals

First you have to identify what your long-term and short-term goals are. Think of these goals as an informal business plan. Write down how much you want to make, what clients you want to attract, where do you see yourself in 3 years, 5 years, and any-other goals you’d like to achieve long-term and short-term.
 
You need to have a plan and that’s what goals are for! I believe when you write things down, you actually accomplish them.

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Yearly Goals

Second comes your yearly goals. I suggest having 4 main goals that you would like to accomplish for the year. For example my four main goals were
 
– Start my creative business
– Get 3,000 views a day
– Register my business from an Sole Proprietorship to a LLC
– Make $100,000 in my first year
 
When setting your 4 main goals, you have to remember that they have to be easily attainable. You may want to lets say write “earn $500,000 your first year” but realistically that’s not an easily attainable goal. So be realistic!

Monthly Goals

Third, you set your monthly goals. Monthly goals can be anything from finishing your clients projects to creating a new e-course, e-book, or email series. Your monthly goals don’t necessarily have to be just about business. Write your personal goals too! Because your business and personal life should flow together!
 

Weekly and Daily Goals
 
Lastly, come your weekly and daily goals. What i do is when it comes to my weekly and daily goals is base off what my monthly goals are. So for example if my monthly goal was create an e-book then my weekly goal would be to write 1 chapter a week and my daily goal would be to at least write 3-4 paragraphs daily (this is just an example ok).
 
Phew! I know that was overwhelming but I’m going to make it really easy for you to start setting your goals and get your business off on the write path. Download my FREE Bosspreneur Business Goals Worksheet to get you started.

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