Goals are usually “future based” and that’s why I think goal setting is vastly overrated and trumped by accurate thinking, staying nimble, and each day, getting the right things DONE.
Additionally, I try to create businesses that allow me to market to and serve others all at the same time, day in, and day out. It’s what I’ve done to build ChiroTrust and it’s how we market our ChiroTrust members’ offices for them.
I’m all for goals provide they make sense on paper based on “worse case” scenarios and can be reverse-engineered so that I know exactly what I need, what to do, and when to do it.
Finally, for me, it’s not about necessarily achieving a specific goal. It’s all about enjoying the process and leveraging the experience and wisdom I gain along the way.