January came and gone, Now February is moving faster than we expected. Now, how about those goals you wrote down, are they looking achievable or are you way in over your head? and what is your outlook on the year so far?
Have you started writing that book you said you will write? Have you started that business you said you will start? Has your business gotten to the point you want it to reach?
This article will bring to you the reason why you haven’t gotten to the point you want to get to in this year 2019, it is not and never too late to change your goals or make your goals a reality.
Firstly, you need to make sure your goals or plans are realistic.
You might have planned to write a book but still struggling to start, well writing may not be your calling or you have been too busy to start. Want to start a business? Great! Do you have a business plan? Enough capital? Adequate space? These are all questions you need to answer before you start.
Secondly, if your business is thriving as you envisioned.
You probably need to do more publicity, create awareness if you are not getting the patronage, you deserve, it can be that people are not aware of your business. Or it could also be you have too much competition. You need to know what your competitors are doing that you are not doing, You need to compare and contrast, then map out what will make your business unique.
THINGS YOU SHOULD DO TO MAKE YOUR GOALS A REALITY
Create your niche and target audience, this will help you streamline and focus on what you need to be doing. If you probably sell weaves, you should know that your target should be women.
Do you actually have a passion for what you’re doing? Are you enjoying your business or enduring it? If you’re not enjoying it, you can look for something else or try to enjoy it.
When starting up a business, you shouldn’t just start because of the income, your passion should drive whatever you do, do that and you will always find reasons to be happy.
These are things you need to consider in other to make your goals achievable in 2019.