If you've been listening to how the so called "gooroos" tell you to set income goals, you'll hear something along the lines of:
"Just set your goal so high that if you only achieve 10% of it, you'll still be satisfied"
Which I believe is complete and utter B.S.
It doesn't make sense to set a goal of making $100.000 per month when you haven't even earned your first $1,000 online yet.
In fact, setting goals too high outside your circle of comprehension, will most likely stifle, overwhelm and freeze action ability if you don't truly believe that the goal is achievable.
The purpose of a goal is to drive you towards massive action in order to achieve your desired outcome as fast as possible, would you agree?
So with that being said, I want to share with you one of my mentors videos about how to set a realistic income goal that drives you towards massive action by simply asking yourself 3 simple questions, as debated in this video:
The 3 questions you need to ask yourself in order to set a realistic income goal:
- How much do you want to earn online?
- How many hours are you willing to put in per day and per week?
- How long are you willing to work on your online business before you quit?
Think about the answers for you to these questions for a minute.
What are your goals? How much do you want to earn? How many hours per week are you willing to put in? and how much time will you give yourself to succeed in this online endeavor?
Oh, and one more thing...
What's your personal income goal?
Let us know in the comments below!