In terms of setting goals, it is also important to ensure that the goals you set can be achieved and are also realistic. If we use a similar example, setting a goal of meeting 15 new people every day for the whole month, which is a whopping 450 people in a month may not be achievable. If you are unsure, learn more from your leaders, they may have benchmarks and track records that you can emulate. The more realistic your goals are, the higher the chance of you following through and achieving them.
Lastly, your goals also need to be tie bound-a goal that does not come with specific deadlines will not give you the right motivation to achieve them. For example, as a Life Planner, you will be looking at specific targets to achieve on a weekly or monthly basis.
An effective goal is one that gives you the clarity to choose the tasks that are critical to your success. They motivate you and keep you disciplined and responsible to see through your goals through. When you set effective goals, you will no longer struggle with motivation and you will also remain focused on your path to success.