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Make Goals Specific
Saying that you want to be rich isn't enough. However, when you say: "I want $12,000 two years from now", you have a specific target that you can break down into manageable goals.
You can break that down as follows: $6,000 per year, $500 per month, $125 per week, and $17.86 per day. Now work on getting $17.86 for tomorrow, and then do the same the next day, and then the next day and in two years' time your goal will be realized.
Goals that are quantified and broken down into little pieces within their deadlines are easily reachable.
The same thing would apply to any goal you have. For example, if you want to start investing in Real estate, you will need to come up with some quantifiable goals. These can be:
· Read one book every two weeks for the next three months;
You need to put a number in your goals like read six books in three months or exercise for 30 minutes everyday. This will make your goals tangible and easy to reach because you know exactly what you need to do to reach them.
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