We’ve recently overheard some of the below tips for goal setting and decided to compile them in an easy-to-read format to assist you in your goal setting for the upcoming year. We’re big fans of goal setting and found the comments below of value. Here’s what women entrepreneurs are suggesting for successful goal setting in 2020.
Below are direct quotes from women entrepreneurs who remain anonymous for this article.
Here’s 20 goal setting tips for moms in 2020
“Have an accountability buddy that checks in to see if you’re making progress.”
“Figure out how much money you need in 2019 then make a list of ways you can reach that goal.”
“Remove the word ‘Try’ from your vocabulary. Replace it with ‘Do’.”
“Start today, add something each week and month. Create true change, not just ‘resolutions’.”
“Release ‘how’ something is going to get done and allow the universe to guide me to the most expedient, joyful, practical solution that i could never imagine!”
“Take care of any blocks or negative beliefs.”
“Set goals but also: track goals! So have a system in place where you can keep track, put in your wins (so its fun) and see where you are at!”
Break your goals down into actionable plans with dates.
“Track progress. Review and update every 90 days. Join a mastermind group that supports you and holds you accountable to attain your goals, dreams and mission.”
“Write your goals. Keep them in a place where you’ll see them often. Open up your 2019 calendar now & put in benchmarks and write out action steps on the weeks or even the day you’re going to do those tasks. Stick to the plan you created when you were first excited about the vision!! Tell someone close to you about your goals for accountability. Don’t make goals just to make them, tap into what you really want and know why you want that.”
“Have a daily routine so that when you wake up in the morning you know exactly what you need to do to get started on your projects for the day.”
Set small daily and weekly goals and calendar reminders.
“Work backwards with three main intentions set for the new year. Make the big goals/then half them and that’s where you need to be in 6 months/half that 3/half that 1.5 months… You get it ; )then you can make the tasks that it will need for it to happen on time. My main intentions for the year usually are both business and personal. For example, my main 3 are: build strong residual income, sexlife revived with my hubs, and body fit and sexy. 😉 haha…”
“Get specific with your goals. Try not to set too many because that can become overwhelming and lead to inaction. If you have more than 3 , start the first 3 and then after 90 days reflect on those three goals, if you have completed one or more then start on another goal. Don’t try to do everything at once.”
“Set realistic goals. Make sure your goals are relevant to what your business needs, right now. Make sure you have all skills and resources needed to reach the goal. Date stamp your goals with sensible start and completion dates. Setup your strategies. Execute.”
Vision boards to remind and inspire.
“Keep it simple. Don’t over think things. Remember what stage of business your in. Celebrate the small things.
I have high level goals for the next 5 years (visible on my office whiteboard). Looking ahead a few years reminds me why reaching current goals is so important. Can’t get to the next level without completing the steps in-between.”
“Declare it and mean it in your heart and soul. Get fully supported. Get Over supported. Structure and accountability. Get Coached so you can have help distinguishing between all of these points. Choose to be, play and pleasure creating, no grind/tolerate/endure. Its unnecessary.”
“I create three easy goals, three challenging goals, and three pie-in-the-sky goals. Then I look at the intensity of all of my ‘desired outcomes’ and I write a one – year prophecy letter where everything came true. Then, I look at anything i think I want but is it truly a priority? and I look at my priorities in general in the light of where I would like to be a year from now. Then as I wake each day, I adjust my actions to fit my priorities and the desired outcomes (goals). Sometimes things come more quickly and some things stay kind of pie in the sky! Then I just adjust about once each quarter.”
“Try to limit them to five major goals. Then break each one down to 5 mini goals. Focus your goals on what’s really important & what will make the biggest impact.”
“I’ll start with taking stock on what went well this year. Only then will I decide what I want more of and what I want to improve on. Starting with what worked or I did well this year will set me up with the “right” mindset before setting goals for 2019. Then I’ll create my annual, then quarterly, and then weekly and daily goals.”
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