Hustle, hustle, hustle.
Grind, grind, grind.
Sleep. (Wait, what is sleep?)
Write, write, write.
Work, work, work.
You need to clearly label what you define as success or all of your hard work is in vain.
Without a goal, you are running nonstop on a treadmill with no end in sight.
Sure you can work really, really hard, but you won’t get anywhere.
The second you put a clear definition of success in front of yourself in the form of a goal, you step off the treadmill, you’re out the door and running down the street.
And most importantly, now you are running toward a specific destination.
Let’s take this one step further and I’ll use myself as an example.
Here is my current definition for success—these specific goals:
1. Finishing up a group project in July and having the final product reach 10,000 people.
2. Growing my coaching business to 10 clients by the end of July.
3. Finishing my own ebook by the end of October and sharing that with 2,000 people.
4. Meet with at least one person for coffee this week.
What’s your definition of success? I’d love to hear it. If you don’t currently have a goal you are pursuing, perhaps you need to make one. Please share it in the comments .