“Write the vision; make it plain on tablets, so he may run who reads it.” Habakkuk 2:2
Now that you have written your vision and set your goals, it’s time to execute. Execution will look different for everyone, depending on their goals. Let’s use starting a business as an example of achieving your vision. If your vision is to start a business or expand your business, you’ll need to think about:
Market research - Identify your target audience and competitors.
Your business plan - Develop a detailed business plan including your value proposition, target market, revenue model, and marketing strategy.
Your legal structure - Register your business and choose a legal structure for your business (sole proprietorship, LLC, corporation, etc.).
Finances - Set up a business bank account.
Brand development - Create a brand identity, including a logo, business name, and other branding elements.
Product/service development - Ensure that your offering meets the needs of your target audience.
Marketing - Implement a marketing strategy to reach your target audience.
Operations and hiring - Set up efficient operational processes.
This is just an example of how to execute your goals. Think about what the exact next steps are to achieving your vision and execute them. Remember that your short-term goals affect your long-term goals, which in turn affects your vision.
Day 8 Challenge
Based on your goals, research how to execute them effectively so you can accomplish them all next year.
Research specific next steps based on your vision to achieve your short-term goals.
Give yourself time to complete each task. Some tasks can take longer, so stay diligent on the journey.
Review and adjust your goals often to ensure they are achievable.
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