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.
Get a notebook in which you can keep your goals for the rest of your life. It’s time to stop talking about your future and do something about it.