-Set your goals for 2010
-Make 2010 your best year
-Improve your writing in 2010
-Get more clients in 2010
-Earn more money in 2010
-Tips to set goals for 2010
There was so much information on goal setting and making this year the best it could be that we almost got sick of hearing about it.
As I was deciding what to work on this week for writing material it occurred to me that I haven’t looked at my “Goal List” in some time. How can I reach my goals if I don’t even look at them? The hard truth is; I can’t and neither can you if you don’t get them out and look over them. It may even be time to tweak them again.
It’s time to get them out and see if you’ve stuck with them or if other things have popped up that were better than you expected. Maybe you planned to write for certain websites and it’s not happened. It’s a good time to look for others and start submitting work to other places if some of your “possibles” have fallen through.
In looking over mine this morning, many things have changed–not just a few. What I’m working on at the moment barely resembles the list of goals I created. Some things fell through, others replaced them and some things are even better than I intended. But, after looking at my list, I know I need to change some things and keep them fresh in my mind because some of the things on my list haven’t even been started yet.
As we near the end of the first quarter of 2010, it’s a good time to pull those goals out and see where you stand, what you need to change or add and get them back in the forefront of your working mind. You can’t reach a goal if you don’t have a clue what that goal is.
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