These days there’s so much lip service about finding your passion and chasing your dreams. And listen, dreams are super important because they inspire you to redefine what’s possible and motivate you to roll up your sleeves and get to work.
The problem with your dreams is, they’re a little too vague. If you really want to shake things up, your dreams need to become goals that are backed up with a solid plan.
You’re probably thinking, dreams...goals...aren’t they essentially the same thing, Agata? If you think I’m splitting hairs here, I want to make the distinction crystal clear because it matters in the grand scheme of things. Goals are where the rubber meets the road, they’re measurable, actionable, and they have a start date and an end date.
But the thing about goals is they’re just a starting point. The real magic happens when you reverse engineer your goals (or work backward to achieve them.) This is what I do...