I’m a dreamer, I love imagining all that is possible for me, all I could do and could have and so when it comes to writing out goals I want to achieve, I am in my element.
But if we want to achieve our goals, just writing them down or saying them, is not going to cut it. You need a strategy.
Even if your goal is to win the lottery, you still need a strategy in place. What numbers will you play, will you play the same numbers until you win or change them each time you play? How often will you play? How many lines? Which lottery game will you play? What’s your budget to play each game?
Whilst winning the lottery would be nice, I know that’s not why you are here. You are here because you want to set goals, you know you can’t fail to achieve. You are a kick-ass queen and you’re not waiting around to win the lottery to live the life you dream of, you’re building your empire and making your dreams come true, fulfilling your soul purpose.
Here’s a quick breakdown of the Fempreneurz setting goals like a queen strategy I use with my clients and in my coaching programs.
Step 1: The Brain dump
Get a pen and paper and write down everything you can think of that you want to achieve, get, have and be. Big, small, humungous, crazy, get it all out. Don’t think about what’s possible, just think about what you would want if nothing was impossible.
Step 2: Prioritise your goals
You’ll need a highlighter or coloured pen for this part. Go through your list and highlight or underline the goals that mean the most to you, the goals you have to achieve or are most scared of not achieving. These are the goals you should prioritise over everything else.
Step 3: Set your deadline
Starting with your priority goals, write next to each goal a date you want to achieve them by. Now this will need a bit more thought, you need to be realistic whilst also pushing yourself. Have a goal to make a million when you are starting from scratch and then setting your deadline to next week, is very unrealistic and won’t help your mindset.
Step 4: Break them down
You can use a spreadsheet but I love asana for this. Add each goal as a task in Asana and set your date, once you have done this you can click on each goal (task) to open it and add sub-tasks. Your sub-tasks are going to be all the steps you need to take to get there, you can even add sub-tasks to your sub-tasks if you need to, once you have all your steps, put them in order of what needs to come first and date them. You can now look at the calendar in Asana and see all your tasks scheduled there.