Some people have a clearly defined idea of where they would like to work as well as how they want to live and spend their time in the future. Others have hopes and dreams that are much more vague. Either way, these long-term goals have a high failure rate (up to 92%). Why? It’s one thing to set a goal, but another to nurture it and follow it through.
This Saturday we recommend checking out this article on long-term goal making from Fast Company. Starting with seven strategies to get started and seventeen examples of goals you could set, this is a handy blueprint for reassessing what matters to you—both professionally and personally—and breaking it down so you can get closer to what you want, one day at a time.