Work At Home: Accomplish Your Goals In Five Easy Steps
By Constance Weygandt

It is key for anyone who works from the
home to have a plan and write it down.
You can do this in a daily planner or even
in a notebook. If you are a visual person
make a chart of your goals. Here are five
important steps to help you attain your

1. Visualization – Picture yourself five years from now. Where is your business?  Do
you have employees? Do you want employees?  How much money are you
making? How many hours a day do you spend on your business? What percentage
of your time is leisure time, etc…?

2. The Five Year Plan – Be there in that place in your mind, five years from now.
Employ as many senses as possible in you vision. After you see your five year plan,
in detail, go to your journal or planner and write it down. If you are charting your
plan, make a large circle in the center of your chart and put the details of your five
year plan in the center of the circle.

3. Your  One Year Plan – Ask yourself what you will need to accomplish this year in
order to be where you see yourself in five years. For instance, if you want to be
making $250,000 in five years, what is the minimum you will have to make this
year? How much money will you need to spend on your business to make that

4. Your Monthly Plan – This step is where people often fall down. They have their
five year plan and their one year plan and are even good at making lists but don’t
chart or write a monthly plan. A monthly plan keeps you on track. What steps do
you need to take, this month, to meet your annual goals. If necessary, look at your
yearly plan and divide those actions into twelve manageable goals.

5. Make Lists – Make a daily list of actions needed to be taken, in order of
importance, and check them off in the same order. Focus all of your attention on one
action at a time. When that is completed move to the next item on your list. On a
weekly basis, refer back to your monthly plan and see how far you’ve come to
attaining those goals. Plan your new lists accordingly.

If you take at least twenty minutes on this exercise, you will be successful. In
writing down your goals, you send a message to your brain that you are ready for
these goals to become a reality. The mind-body connection is one of the most
powerful tools you have for the success of your business.

About the author Constance Weygandt is an author, speaker, balance mentor and successful
entrepreneur. For more helpful information on working from home, visit her at
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