What to Do When Your Goal Isn’t Measurable

by | Jan 15, 2018 | Business Foundations, Growth & Sustainability Strategy | 0 comments

Episode 37 Show Notes

Over the last two weeks I have received the same question from multiple people so today I am answering that question on the podcast because if that many people have asked, it is very likely that you’ve pondered, or will ponder, this question as well– what do you do when your goal isn’t measurable?  How do you create a plan and measure a goal that isn’t numerically quantifiable or has a set date of completion?

If you’ve listened to Episode 23 of the podcast, The 10 Most Common Mistakes People Make When Defining Goals (and how to fix them), you have the information and tools it takes to set and define your goals.  However, if that goal is not measurable you may have found applying the checklist from Episode 23 difficult.  Today, I walk you through exactly how to take on and work toward your non-quantifiable goals, most of which I have found deal with relational goals, i.e. deepen relationships with family, friends, children.

After listening to today’s episode, download the freebie checklist to help you walk through and execute your goal!

 

Highlights

A few highlights from today’s episode:

+ Which types of goals are best described as “non-quantifiable”

+ Why I choose not to call these “relational goals” goals and what I call them/how I view them instead.

+ What to ask yourself before walking through this specific analysis

+ How to execute and make progress on all of your non-quantifiable goals.

Action Steps

  • Listen to this weeks episode and download the free guide to help you walk through executing your goal!  I want to hear your insights and your #1 takeaway from today’s episode, let me know by leaving a comment over on Instagram @shuntagrant.  Chat soon!

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Hi there! I’m Shunta, I work with women who seek success in their business, but not at the expense of joy in their lives! I teach them how to build and grow successful businesses that keep customers coming back time and time again. When I’m not helping women run businesses they love, I’m reading a good book, taking a class at the gym or walking the aisles of Target and TJ Maxx with my daughter, Zoe. If you believe that both your business and your life can be filled with joy, come hang out with me here on the Business, Life & Joy podcast.

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