This post is part three in the Goal Setting Success series.
The difference between a wish and a goal is that a goal is specific, actionable, and measurable.
Wanting to “make lots of money” is a wish. Committing to making $10,000, by a specific date, doing a specific set of actions is a goal. It’s:
- Specific – make $10,000
- Actionable – a specific set of actions
- Measurable – by a specific date