The Art of setting goals

February 11, 2018

I'm sure you have many creative ideas you want to execute,but don't know where or how to start. For me, it helps that I write short-term and long-term goals so I know which ideas to start working on immediately.


Trust me,there's a lot of skills I'm still trying to master!


Short-terms goals 

- Write in a journal daily Marshall's have good sturdy journals for 5.99 that I use for my poetry, dreams and aspirations. It's a simplistic, but great tool to hold you accountable daily.

-Look at your budget if it requires one.Research what you want to do and see if your finances match. 

- Ask for help Whether it's a family member, friend or colleague, one lesson I've learned throughout the years is that being independent doesn't necessarily mean you don't need any help. (Whether financially or emotionally) 

-Keep somethings to yourself My blog is an really honest overview of my life, but I don't tell my readers every move I'm making. When writing my book, I told one person, because I was unsure if Amazon would accept it. 

-Don't feel sorry for yourself I often put myself in a "pity party" a lot, but I try to bounce back and start taking action.Remember, you're only failing when you don't try. 

Problem-solving is a skill I have worked on recently to overshadow my complaints about my life. 


Long-term goals

-My long-term goal may require a larger budget and daily persistence.

- Long-term goals take time and are normally implemented through your daily routine. They can take a long time to see results, but it doesn't mean you're not progressing.




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