What's Your Strategy for Goals?
Updated: Mar 29
Recently, I've been looking at long term trends in my life. If there's one thing that annoys me, it's not being able to achieve what I want. I made a decision to start a new journey in America when I leave the UK. There has been a lot of lessons learned but now I am looking at what my new strategy is going to be, for getting the things I want.
I know some people may think I'm "living the life" - traveling, writing, working from home. I get it. To be honest, I would never have believed you, if you had told me I'd be doing this. There are still long-term goals that I have not achieved though. Those are the ones I'm after. There are still major barriers in my way to getting what I want. Not that barriers will ever go away because that's part of the game, but these are long term barriers.
"There are still long-term goals that I have not achieved though. Those are the ones I'm after."
So, what's my strategy for goals? I'll let you in on a few secrets:
I've got some plans up my sleeve. I'm considering getting off of the Social Media Grid for a while until I handle some things. Of course, anyone who follows my blog will always remain the most privy to what's going on, but I may just tell Facebook to go F itself for a while. I want to prepare for a major launch after I achieve some personal goals. I also want time to focus on what's important to ME, write some books that are long overdue and give myself some space from the limelight.
Here are some of my strategy points:
Traveling to another location
Redoing a trip to make it what it should have been
Simplifying my life and minimizing my belongings
Putting myself in an environment where I am fully supported
Focusing on goals I can achieve now
Each of these will probably be developed more as I write about my adventures. I hope this provides some insight for you in terms of your personal goals. We all have to review our strategy from time to time and ensure it's working for us. If it isn't, we need to change it.