Goal ≠ Result.

Most of us make the mistake of setting the result as a goal.

A typical goal statement sounds like: “I’ll make $10k this month.”

But what we forget is that $10k is a result — a by-product. Not a goal.

The goal should be the exact steps you need to take daily to reach that result.

So “I’ll make $10k this month” becomes:

“I’ll reach out to 3 businesses every day and pitch them on my freelance copywriting services.”

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Himanshu Ganoliya
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