Sometimes, we create lives for ourselves that we don’t like. For instance, you might be spending two hours a day blogging. When you first began blogging, you might have loved it, but now you don’t want to invest so much time even though you feel like you have to. When you think about your marketing efforts and your goals, keep in mind what these goals will mean for you personally and professionally. If you have a goal to make three sales per day, that’s great. But it means that you’ll have to make three new products every day, not to mention the time you’ll have to take to package and ship that many items. Is that realistic or will that cut into your valuable family time?
Keep in mind the long-term implications for each goal that you set. And also realize that your goals can and probably will change. That’s okay. Before you fill out this worksheet, review the answers to yesterday’s worksheet. Pay careful attention to how you want to live your life, what your dream work day would look like, and the things that drain your energy.
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