The first question people often ask at the start of new businesses are: "What do I want to achieve?" This is a fair first question but the better question is: "What are my priorities?"
The problem of setting goals before prioritizing is determining the availability of the other. If your business information – such as marketing, customer service, product development, etc. – are not a priority, you will not waste the time and resources that develop the various aspects of the business. And if your business information is not recovering, your overall business will not meet its goals.
Precise balance between priorities and goals also applies to prioritizing the business world with your personal life. Running a business is difficult, it takes a lot of time and energy and you probably have enough of your other requirements – family, friends, etc. But before you can set goals for your business, you need to assess how personal priorities can affect your company's business priorities, expectations and goals.
Whether you have done it conscientiously or not, you have already emphasized all aspects of your life. If you've found the opportunity to spend your time, relax or read or practice, it's a good indication of what your natural priorities are. This means that you may need to reset and reset your priorities.
When you have a priority, you can finally start the goal setting process. On the other hand, these goals will depend on your ability to meet your priorities, but when setting goals, you should constantly monitor how they fit your priorities.
For example, if your priorities allow you to spend only 10 to 15 hours a week in your online business (even though this same rule works for traditional businesses), you'll need to set your long-term goals accordingly. How much will you increase your traffic every month? How much revenue should you earn?
You must also prioritize – sometimes weekly or monthly – how you will spend all these hours. What is the most important aspect of the company to emphasize this week? What is your goal before the end of the week?
Again you can apply for any company and industry. It is important to remember that in order to set the goals and expectations that are reasonable and possible, you must first evaluate all your requirements for your time and resources and prioritize accordingly.