- October 12, 2017
- Posted by: xpertadmin
- Category: Business plans
1. Make Sure Your Goals are clearly defined.
Defined goals give you clarity and a deadline for achieving them.
Example: “I want to make more money,” is vague. “I want to make 1, 00,000 per month,” is defined.
2. Divide and Rule.
Create mini-goals that move you toward the big goal. For example, if it’s your goal to make 1,00,000 a month in your business within six months, create mini-goals of how much you’ll earn at the end of one month (i.e. 20,000/mo) and three months (i.e. 50,000 per month).
You’ll know you’re on or off track when one and three months comes and you’ve hit or missed your mini-goal.
3. Ground Preparation.
During this step, get specific on what it takes to reach your mini and big goals within the time frame. Using the 10,000 a month goal example, to make more money, you need to get more clients or customers. In this step, you want to determine how much resource you need to make 50,000 and 1, 00,000 per month in your business.
4. Action Plan.
What tasks do you need to do go to your past identify your experiences which can help you achieving goal. Find the leaders in your business who has already hit this target in his/her life.
In business, the tasks in this section usually involve marketing and guiding people through your sales funnel. However, it also involves providing a quality product or service and keeping your customers and clients happy so they’ll keep coming back and/or refer new prospects.
5. Planning a Schedule.
When you complete #4, you should have a list of tasks that need to be completed to reach your goal. Creating a task and completing is the very important to achieve goal. Make list of every big or small task with deadline.
If you’re starting a part-time business around an already busy life, it can be a challenge to add more tasks to your daily routine, but it’s crucial to achieving your goals. One way to make it all work is to learn how to manage and maximize your time.
6. Follow Through
Once you’ve completed the above steps, you should have your daily schedule and targets to shoot for during the process of working on your goal. The next step is to follow your schedule.
Do the daily tasks you’ve assigned yourself to do. That seems like a no-brainer, and yet most people don’t achieve their goals because they don’t do the work.
While you’re at it, keep track of your accomplishments and results. Set aside time every month or so to evaluate how well your plan is working, and tweak it if you’re not make the progress you want.