The main goals of a start-up should be: Find a good team to help achieve your start-up. Write a financial plan to help you chart out your income and expenses for the next year. Be a little pessimistic and realistic while writing the income column.
Follow These 5 Steps for the Same
1. Set Meaningful Goals
People don’t achieve goals unless the goals are meaningful to them. A big picture goal: Define your destination. Make it one thing you yearn for. Then everything that helps you to arrive at your destination becomes significant and meaningful.
3-year goals: Set goals that put you on the trajectory to achieve your big picture goal.
Annual goal: set a specific target for one year.
2. Define Crystal Clear Actions
If you want different results you have to do things differently, here are a few bad habits we see all the time that sap productivity and kill result
Weekly and daily action: breakdown your monthly objectives into what you will do each week, which will help you choose what to do today.
3. Change Your Habits
Here are a few bad habits we see all the time. That sap productivity and kills results checking email first thing, then getting sucked in. Mindless web surfing, Being reactive. Better habits: starting your day with your most significant impact activities. Saying no to others when they request will derail you from becoming impossible to distract.
4. Obsess Overtime
We must obsess. When you obsess over time you become ruthless about how you spend it. To help you think about the time and where you’re spending it.
Level 4: Treasured: This is a time you hold. The key to maximizing happiness and fulfillment is taking the treasured time.
Level 3: Investments -This is the time you allocate to getting things done to achieve top performance.
Level 2: Mandatory -This is the time when doing things you feel you must do. Commuting to work, shaving, moving the lawn.
Level 1: Empty – Time spent, nothing gained. Activities like scrolling through social media, watch excessive TV fall into this category.
5. Be Impossible To Distract
If you want to achieve goals, you must focus.
Let nothing take your focus away. Alerts: Text messages, chat, email, social media, news, sites, etc. Turn them off. Meeting: Do you need to be at all of them? Open-Door Policy: maybe you need to be approachable at times to help your team. Workspace: open office distracting you? Too much noise? Do you do what you need to tune everything out and signal to everyone?