Topic: How to reach your goal?
June 16, 2019 / By Brooklyn Question:
my goal is to have my own house and lot, to become a good person, to become a linguist, to be a hunk (im thin so i have to work out), to become a of course some gadgets like imac, macbook, iphone, dgicam, etc. im a webdesigner anyway.... How am i going to manage that?
Alix | 3 days ago
Goals are great! I teach sales management classes and the motivation you have for specific goals in life is the first step to reaching them.
I noticed your goals are several different types. You have physical goals, like to be a hunk. Make that more specific. What does a hunk look like to you? As silly as it sounds, clip out photos of your ideal body style. Give yourself a specific goal, like the exact measurement you want your biceps to be, etc. Then, come up with a long term plan that will help you build your body to that image. For example, work out 1 hour a day every other day with weights or in a gym. Writing out a plan and then checking off the steps as you go, and tracking your progress on paper will help you reach that goal.
You also mentioned you want your own house First thing here is to build your credit so you can buy. Aim for a credit score above 700. First, find out what it is now, then study ways to improve it. Meanwhile, cut back on your spending, and start saving. Use credit wisely, to buy your computer stuff. Instead of using store credit cards to pay for them, apply for a regular Visa or Mastercard, and never go above half of your available credit line. (If the line is $5,000, never have a balance over $2,500) Pay as much as you can each month, not just the minimum payment.
Becoming a good person is a little harder to nail down in goals, because it depends on what you consider a good person to be. In general, an honest person who keeps his word, does things for others with no expectation of anything in return, and lives according to the law and societal guidelines can be considered a very good person. Some people feel that being a good person is a religious thing, or being charitable. Whatever that means to you, seek out the types of other people you admire, spend time doing things that will build your character. Quite often, volunteering to help someone else is a great way to bring out the best in you.
A good web designer is hard to find. Build your presence in the business community, and build your reputation. Charge what you can, and take a sales class to help you work with clients. Doing up really cool business cards and brochures or a business card CD with your sample work on it will help you reach your goals. You can make really good money in this field, but the one area many designers lack is interpersonal relationships with their clientele. Its important to keep involved in the community to work on that part. Remember, people are more interested in results than in technical lingo that makes them feel stupid. So, when working with a client, be sure to talk to them at their level of computer expertise, not yours. If you can do that, and you have lots of web design talent, the world is yours!
I would recommend you check out your local SBDC or SBTDC. They offer free counseling and low cost training classes to help your business grow. You can also find lots of business information from the SBA. For pure motivation and goal setting, Dale Carnagie and Stephen Covey courses and books cannot be beat. Your local library will have their books, and one of your goals could be to attend one of the workshops they offer on goal setting. Its an invaluable tool.
When I was 12, I set a huge bunch of lofty goals for myself. Many I have reached and exceeded almost according to the schedule I wrote up. Some weren't as important to me when I got to that stage in life, so I changed them. I have a list of lifetime goals, and annual goals that are always visible to me. This year, one of my annual goals was to vacation every two months for at least a week. It looks like it will be! I work hard the other times in life to make this possible. Next year, I will probably revise that goal to be home more, and possibly add a wing to the house for my home office instead. I learned early in my 20's that work is not everything. Its a means to an end, and that balancing life is just as important. So now I have goals to visit friends and family monthly, to learn new things, take classes, and rescue 15 animals a year. My largest life goal is to stay happily married for our lifetime. It has been nearly 17 years right now, and it just keeps getting better.
Best wishes to you. One more piece of wisdom.....a quote I heard in college and had written in calligraphy and framed,
"If its to be, its up to me!"
Hi mate, if you are a web designer, then you will have a good opportunity.
First, you can try freelancer job, you can get them from
http://www.jobsubscriber.com/ don't worry, they are reliable and paid on time.
Second, with your skills, you can develop a project to create a website and sell it after few months, it is call flipping website. You can earn up to $ 100,000 for selling a great site.
You can sell website such as ebooks store ( try to make sales in 6 month, the more you make through the site, the higher price you can sell your site after 6 month) it might goes to $ 200,000 in 6 month.
You can try up http://ebksclub.com for getting those ebooks, they are all with reseller right and new item are being update daily.
Yet, you can try to create other site such as content site which if you can prove income from few source and search engine traffic, you can earn up to $10,000 for selling the site.
Firstly you have listed several aims. To turn them into goals I suggest you break each one down into SMART . Specific , Measurable , Attainable , Relevant , Time Bound. This will highlight the resources , process , skills and management to attain your desire.
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