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How to write a Plan for achieve MY Goals??

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by fole25, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. fole25

    fole25 Registered Member

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    I have goals but i don't have plan to achieve my goals.I don't know how to make one to follow and make my dreams come true.Any suggestion or example how to write good plan? I think if i don't have good plan i can't success and i really need help.
     
  2. mightybh

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    Do you specifically know what you need to do and how you are going to do it? Or is it a bit vague like you need to find a good way to make money first?
     
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    Write on an excel spreadsheet.

    Once you have done it, be a man and take action no more procrastinating.

    I knew a person who wanted to achieve something, he had a plan.... But instead of executing the plan he got obsessed with self motivation, vision boards and sh*t like that. He was procrastinating....

    Don't be like that dude. You know what needs to be done. Now just go do it.
     
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  4. fole25

    fole25 Registered Member

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    I have few ways to make money and i know what i doing but i fail to write good plan and make my life easier .i need to have better productivity with less job.
     
  5. Panique

    Panique Power Member

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    Let me just tell you that you should focus on one method at a time. Make your goal SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely) and break it down.

    So let's say you want to start making $1200 in a year with one of your methods. Than break it down to $100 per month and than break it down to $3,23 per day. And than look at how much you need to achieve with your method to get that $3,23 per day.

    OPTIONAL: write yourself a cheque with the $1200 and put it above your workarea so you can look at it while you work.

    Hope this helps
     
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    kriswithak Registered Member

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    yea planning is always key. planning is the hardest step because a lot are too lazy to plan out before taking action. Just put your day to day goals on a calender so you know what to do each day you wake up. Even if it's a long term plan. Trust me, there are plenty of ideas i lost due to not writing them down.
     
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    Set yourself a goal - number of signups. And GO hard to get those - do what it takes because you GOT to have this to do xxx.

    Split each task into sub-tasks - before you know it- you are already working on it. Works every time.
     
  8. SneakySnake

    SneakySnake Junior Member

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    It's great that you have a grand, overall goal in mind, but make sure you focus on creating lots of little subgoals along the way. Set yourself specific targets for various stages of the week. It's far easier to be consistently productive and achieve ongoing success if you break each task down into little chunks.

    eg. "Today I will write x-thousand words", or "by Tuesday evening I will set up a website"... Those little, achievable targets are far more manageable than one HUUUGE goal which you've set way into the future (like "By the end of the year I will have made $XXXXX").

    Setting big goals is important for your overall success, but without the individual stepping stones you will never get there.
     
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    GrizzlyAdams Regular Member

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    a good way I find to motivate myself every morning to stick to what i need to do is by taping hundreds of sticky notes all over my office with $1,000 /day written on them. works excellent :)
     
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    That is actually a great suggestion. Having a really vivid end-result in mind can be really motivating.

    I've used the same kind of technique in the past when studying for exams, achieving fitness goals, memorising scripts etc. You can motivate yourself superbly by visualising yourself achieving whatever success you desire. Picture yourself as you will be when you reach your goal.

    It's a fundamental technique in NLP. Close your eyes and SEE the money, or visualise the exam certificate, or picture an audience applauding you and hanging on your every word. Then, when you've got the image in your head, make it bigger/brighter/louder/more intense. It may sound a bit weird or 'gimmicky', but it effectively sidesteps your conscious mind and drills straight down into your subconscious, implanting a sense of certainty and belief about your ability deep down at a level where your conscious mind cannot interfere with it.

    The goal then becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. (At least, that's the theory, and in my experience, it's worked every time I've really gone for it.)

    Unfortunately, the technique is SO powerful that you frequently find that when people focus (consciously or unconsciously) on negative outcomes (fear of failure, fear of poverty etc), THOSE things become self-fulfilling too. People sabotage their own success & prosperity by subconsciously steering themselves toward the very things they fear. So make sure all your goals are framed in positive terms.
     
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