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What do you do when you have a large goal or project?

Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

Hey Reader,

What happens when you try working towards a large goal or project?

When people don't break down a large goal or project when they start working towards it, they often:

  • Feel overwhelmed and don't know where to start,
  • Get confused about what to do or how to do it,
  • Struggle to measure any progress they've made, and
  • Give up because the finish line feels too far away or isn't getting any closer.

This is why it's essential to break it down into smaller pieces when working on a large goal or project.

So take your goal or project and ask yourself, what are 7 to 10 themes needed to make this happen?

For example, suppose you aim to make $10,000 on Facebook this year.

You may come up with themes such as:

  • Content
  • Advertising
  • Partnerships
  • Affiliate marketing

Next, for each of your 7 to 10 themes, write down 7 to 10 actions you can take to move closer to your goal concerning that specific theme.

Returning to the above example, here are some actions you could write down for the Content theme:

  • Incorporate an AI-generated image into at least one post every week.
  • Go live on Facebook every day for three months.
  • Create a list of 100 potential content ideas.
  • Write an e-book.

With this list, you've clarified how you can move closer to your goal.

Also, it's much easier to Incorporate an AI-generated image into a post this week than to make $10,000 on Facebook.

I will be diving deeper into this process of breaking down and working towards a goal next week. If you'd like to learn how to break down one of your goals so you can actually achieve it this year, just click here, and I'll send you the details closer to the call.

Have an amazing week,

Tyler

TSN Coaching

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