Goal Setting

The moment you put a deadline on your dream it becomes a goal - - Stephen Kellogg

Setting goals in your business is crucial if you want actual success.

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There are amazing statistics  about goal planning

A Harvard business study revealed:
 

  • 83% of the population does not have goals

  • 14% have a plan in mind, but are unwritten goals

  • 3% have goals written down

    The study went on to find that the 14% who have goals are 10 times more successful than those without goals.

    The 3% with written goals are 3 times more successful than the 14% with unwritten goals.

WHERE TO START

The most important thing with setting goals is writing them down. 

Write them in your planner, put them on the fridge, have them in your notepad on your phone so that you look at them daily, etc. 

It's important to write them out to set them in action but you also need to be able to focus on them throughout your day so they need to be accessible to you.

Figuring out your goals

Using a SMART goal planning sheet is likely the best way to setting boundaries around each goal. 

It will allow you to see your goals separately, decide when you want to achieve them, how to achieve them, etc. 

You can find great training videos in Brandy's Facebook group regarding goals and how important they are. 

If you want to go straight to the goal planning, head over to the Google Drive to find printable sheets.

You can make new sheets every month or every quarter to stay focused on achieving your goals consistently!

Accelerate your business with Fast Track!

Did you know that Brandy offers a Fast Track program for consultants 1-2 times a year? 

This program is a goal-oriented, business-focused coaching plan to help you achieve the goals with your business. 

Keep your eyes peeled for Fast Track opportunities in the Facebook group. Take advantage of Brandy's 18+ years of experience and get to connect with other consultants. 

UNDERSTAND YOUR WHY

It's important to understand why your goals are important and why you must reach them. 

This isn't always an obvious answer, though, not at first. 

There are 3 questions to help you figure it out:

  1. Why are you here?

  2. Why isn’t your alternative working for you?

  3. Why do you want this to work?
     

As you can imagine, your answers may very well overlap and blend with each other depending on your situation. 

Really spend time thinking about your answers. Even journal about them. A lot of personal development goes into running a successful business. We often have to take a hard look at our habits, our mindset, our perspective ... in order to get things aligned to where they need to be.

Get Inspired

There's a reason why we feel so moved in listening to stories of other people's success. There's a reason why TED Talks are so popular around the world. 

People hear stories and know that they're not alone. 

This is so important in business. 

Because another person's success is proof of your potential.

When we see another person achieve similar goals, it gives us hope that we can achieve them too. And we can. You can!

Find relatable, inspirational people to keep you positive

Setting goals requires constant pep talk from yourself. That isn't always easy but when you follow powerful business owners, when you listen to well educated people talk about their success, when you implement the things that have changed other people's lives, you will find all the things that you need to keep your positivity high and your focus strong. 

Here are just a couple of the amazing leaders in our industry that we recommend to our teams so that you have access to incredible trainings, daily inspirational stories and more!

Belinda Ellsworth

-> direct-selling expert, author, public speaker ... this woman is so many things. She has done numerous trainings for Usborne in Canada and is always a great resource for expanding your business. Be sure to join her direct sellers group online!

Dana Phillips

-> Dana and Neil's 'Team Connections' partnership offers years of experience in the direct sellers industry. They both offer a ton of insight on parties, recruiting, you name it!

Find people that you resonate with. They don't have to sell the same product, they just need to have a motivated and focused outlook on their business. 

Personal Development is crucial for an entrepreneur! 

There are so many great resources out there. Check out a recommended reading list over on the Google Drive.

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