The goal now is understanding how it feels when you reach income goals.
How will winning at success change your current beliefs?
Or, on the flip side: How will it feel if you don’t achieve the set income goals? How will losing define your beliefs?
Many business people do well, but still may not feel successful. They work hard achieving goals on a day-by-day basis, but don’t give themselves enough credit because they do not go back and look at where they came from.
Review your goals every six months, every year, two years, and keep going. This allows the opportunity to re-engage your vision and re-connect with the definition of your own success.
When you reset your “success gauge” you start again from the point of where your business is at that point, and where your mindset is at that time.
Journal your progress along way as you move the needle in your personal growth and business income. Pay attention to how your thoughts and beliefs have changed. Give credit where credit is due, make an honest re-assessment. Set new goals where necessary and step up your game when needed. One success will begin to lead to another with ease.