Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Post Type Selectors

Business Goals

reach goals - increase commitment

5 Reasons Why You Didn’t Reach Goals Last Year

Every year we set up different goals that we want to achieve. But, in my experience, only a small part of entrepreneurs succeed archiving all their goals. Why?

In this period of time, at the beginning of the new year, the most important question for entrepreneurs is why they are not achieving their goals for the last year and what they can do to achieve this year goals.

Here, I would like to share five reasons why you did not reach your goals as the most important reasons.

business goals

Guide to Set Up Your Business Goals

As an entrepreneur, you have a clear vision of what you want to achieve on a business level. You probably have goals because you know what you want to achieve. But, the problem is not in the setting up business goals. It’s more on the process to set up achievable and highly committed goals.

This post will be as a guide which will lead you through the process to set up your business goals that will be achieved at the end of the period.

How to Prepare Your Business Goals for the Following Year

How to Prepare Your Business Goals for the Following Year

Probably you as an entrepreneur are making decisions about your business goals for the following year. If this is the case, then now is the perfect time to start making some critical checkpoints before you start your plan to accomplish the goals.

Each year we want to make something better from last year. We set up new milestones for us and our business. We set up our business goals because we need accomplishments. Also, we want to make something worth it for us, and we want to become better. We want to improve our business. And, we always want something more. That’s the core of our nature as human beings.

However, sometimes we can find ourselves lost trying to achieve our goals.

Let’s make the last realignment of the following year’s goals for your business.

business goals setting mistakes

Day 13: Business Goals – Improve Your Business in 77 Days

Let’s continue with the thirteenth day in the challenge to improve your business in 77 days. Still, we are in the business planning improvements as a part of your overall improvement process.

You already have worked on your previous business planning experience, forecasting, knowledge and business model.

Now, we can continue with the more specific tasks when it comes when you prepare your business plan. Today, your task will be to work on improvements of your business goals.

You need to remember that your business goals are the first specific things on which everything else will be depended in your business planning process.

If you screw up with your goals, your overall business planning process will also be screwed.


What is the Success for You?

Your achievement as an entrepreneur will depend on how you define your success. Different entrepreneurs see it in different ways.

But, your success is your vision. It is where you want to go with your business after some time in the future. It defines the entrepreneurial path that you need to walk.

So, what is the success for you? How do you look at your success? When do you know that you have achieved success?

Probably, you have a clear vision about your entrepreneurial path, but can you tell in one sentence what you mean when you talk about it.

Success is a complex thing that can be contained from different elements when it comes to entrepreneurs and small-business owners.

smart goals questions - business goals

Set Up Your Business Goals Answering These 18 Questions

In the small business world, everything that you and your company take or every action that you take is about the accomplishment of something as your business goals.

Are you a type of entrepreneur who manages your company without goals? The small business without proper objectives is the same as a man lost in the woods. Here, I would like to share with you 18 questions that will help you to set up your business goals.