It’s important to have goals for your business. Setting goals for your business helps you create a roadmap to achieve future success. It’s no different in your Young Living business. What kind of goals have you set for your family with this business?
“I want financial independence.”
“We want to travel more.”
“We want to become Royal Crown Diamond.”
From General to S.M.A.R.T.
Goals are great, but when they are too general they are hard to accomplish. If you really want a chance at achieving your goals, you need to make sure they’re S.M.A.R.T.
Specific – the difference between “I want financial independence” and “I WILL use Young Living to retire from my job in 5 years.”
Measurable – “I will replace my salary with my Young Living business income.”
Achievable – “Is this a goal really something I can achieve?”
Realistic – “Am I willing and able to put in the work required to make this goal a reality?”
Timely – “Is 5 years enough time for me to achieve this?”
Take a look at your goals and make sure they are S.M.A.R.T. so you can get on the path to success.