A goal is a vision of how it is . . . before it is.
In talking about goals at my seminars, rallies and church services, I’ve had a few believers question whether or not goal-setting was important or even scriptural.
I’ve asked those folks why they got saved. Invariably, the answer is “to go to heaven.” I then asked if they were going today. If they say, not unless Jesus comes back, I say, “If heaven is not your immediate destination, it is still your goal.”
A goal is the manifestation…the end result achieved through vision, prior proper planning, persistence and peak performance.
Clearly identify and plan your action timeline for the things on your goal list each day. . .in the six major areas of your life which are: