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3/10 Set Inspired Goals and Take Fast Action

10 Tips for 10 Years in Business

#3. Set inspired goals and take fast action.

Setting goals always seemed so boring and drab to me until I discovered the secret to making goals come alive.

Spend a little time imagining the future that you want. Just think about how you would spend your days, the kind of work you would do, the clients that you serve…the money that you will make. Visualize it in the clearest possible way.

Just when you find yourself getting excited about that future…ask yourself this one little question. “What would it take for me to have that?”

Your answer to that question is the beginning of setting inspired goals. When you set goals that inspire you towards the bright future that you have envisioned the game suddenly changes.

By asking yourself what would it take to make it happen…you train your eye to look for the right opportunities. It becomes easier to gauge if your choices are taking you closer or further away from the goals you have set.

Now…here is the trick. When you see something that you know is right for you…Be decisive and take fast action. That’s where the magic happens.

Everyday choose to do something that moves you one step closer. Little by little, be pulled by that beautiful and inspiring view of the future you want to create.

Inspired goals are beautiful because they hold your highest hopes for the future, your values and the contribution you want to make with your business.

Is it time for you to explore your entrepreneurial dreams? If you are ready to take it to the next level…let’s go! From now until February 14th, I am celebrating my 10 year anniversary by offering you a chance to join me in creating your business. Let’s connect and map out a strategy to kickstart your success. Click here to set up your Strategy Session today.

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