Imagine this: you get to the airport, put £500 on the desk of an airline kiosk and say to the attendant, “One ticket please.”
The attendant asks, ‘Where to?’ and you answer, ‘Who cares? I’m very busy, just sell me the ticket.’
What would happen?
Eventually, the attendant would call security who would come to remove you from the airport and probably take you to a psych ward.
But it’s exactly the way that some people live their lives: without goals, objectives, or a destination.
Goals stimulate conquests. If you don’t have any goals, you will probably lose time, resources, and opportunities.
So, your task for today is to write goals for the five areas of your life – goals that have a defined deadline of when you should accomplish them. It can be, for example, by the end of 2019 or a year from now. These goals should be specific, measurable, reachable, they should have deadlines should be important to you.
Keep these goals in a place that you can see them every day.