How do you set your goals…long-term or short-term?

Both Long-term and short-term goals are important for achieving success in business and life.

So, what’s the difference?

Short-term goals (make bold) usually include quick wins that are achievable within a few days, weeks, or months. They are often smaller and more immediate objectives and can be used to measure progress against long-term goals.

Examples of short-term goals include:

  • Completing a project at work,
  • Writing a blog,
  • Completing a short course, or
  • Starting an exercise program.

On the other hand, long-term goals (make bold) are more significant and require an extended time period to achieve. Long-term goals can take years or even a lifetime to accomplish and are often connection with your business mission.

Examples of long-term goals may include:

  • Launching a new business,
  • Setting up a philanthropic foundation,
  • Completing your Master’s Degree or Ph.D., or
  • Achieving financial independence.

Both short-and long-term goals are important because they provide direction and focus, and help you stay motivated.

Short-term goals allow you to track progress and feel a sense of accomplishment, which can boost your confidence and keep you motivated. Long-term goals help you to envision your ideal future and provide a roadmap for achieving it.

It’s important to balance both short-term and long-term goals to ensure that you’re making progress toward your ultimate vision while still feeling a sense of achievement along the way.

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