It is important that these goals are derived directly from your Vision. For example, if you say you want to see the world, you have painted an aircraft in your Vision and want to know other countries, other cultures: then it is important to clarify in which area this should happen, for example whether it is professional or more private. You say I take the aircraft Symbol seriously, I paint it again as a reminder and from this I draw off my goals, for example: I want to work internationally. You could also say in the private sphere: I want to travel the world.
There may also be other things coming up when you fall back on your Vision. For example, if there are happy employees who understand each other, you need to think about which goal you could derive from it, for example: employees can deal with conflicts. That would be an objective.
It is important here: there is no golden path. This isYour < /em> planning, it is what you derive from the visions you have designed before. Now, take a third sheet and write on it: 3. What are my goals? Formulate the goals you come up with from this Vision. You stay with the Vision. Delete everything else, forget the Situation you have looked at before – and direct only from the Vision your objective directly.
Take a piece of paper and write down your goals: