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How to Ensure the Achievement of Your Small Business Goals (In Under 150 Words)

Posted by Jackie Nagel, Synnovatia

bullseyeNothing is more exciting than the victory celebration following the achievement of a goal. For many small business owners goal achievement doesn't happen often enough. The solution is simple -- set goals you're willing to make a priority in your day.

Goals don't have to be big to be a priority. However, they need to be important to you. That's when goal achievement becomes a habit. Although it sounds simple, you would be surprised how many small business owners set "should" goals -- goals they "should" achieve based on what others say. That never works since it's someone else's agenda, not yours.

Important goals, big or small, are so significant that you're willing to reshuffle your schedule to make sure actions related to your goals are upfront and center in your day. They are value-based goals that inspire you. That's what guarantees the achievement of your small business goals.

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