This post, written by Sandra Clayton, has real actionable advice for all entrepreneurs, bloggers and professionals. Click here to view the full post.

When I started my design business a few years ago, one of the first things I did was to create a list of everything I wanted to achieve over a 6-month period. Then, I transferred my list onto a spreadsheet.

Here’s what it looked like:

January

  • Get one $20K client
  • Write 4 blog posts
  • Launch a webinar
  • Create an Ebook
  • Create an online course
  • Contact organizations for speaking engagements
  • Create a presentation
  • Create a newsletter
  • And more

I don’t need to show you the other months because they all looked the same.

Putting goals down on paper got me moving in the right direction, but see the problem here? It was a lot for me to handle, especially since I was just starting out.

Read on.

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