“The moment you put a deadline on your dream, it becomes a goal” – Harsha Bhogle

Today’s challenge is about setting a precedence for the future. What happens post – corona? Did you have a goal for the year? How about the second quarter? Have you adjusted your plans to suite the current reality? These are things you need to think about now that you have the time. Instead of getting drowned in information, statistics and bad news, here is an opportunity to figure out your next step and get to work. What is It going to be? Are you ready?

Write Out 3 Goals You Want to Achieve in Q2 and Start to Work on Them.

Writing down your goals plays an important part in motivating you to go all out to achieve it. According to a study done on Harvard MBA students over a ten years’ time frame, the students who had written down their goals were making ten times as much as their classmates who hadn’t written down their goals. 

Many people will use this quarantine as the perfect alibi to stop working on their goals for 2020. Things will get better but, in the meantime, wrote out your goals for the next quarter and begin to pursue them aggressively. If you want to shed weight, keep pushing and exercise and your intermittent fasting or other work out plan you believe can give you the much-desired figure. 

If you want a side hustle to boost your finances, pick up something and search it on YouTube. Learn it till you are quite skilled at it and then put the word out to family and friends. 

Sit down and reflect on your current situation and make honest observations.

Where are you now?
Where do you want to be?
What do you have to do to get there?

You can still reach your goals before the year ends. Corona virus got nothing on you.


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