If you only set goals you know you can achieve, chances are the rewards will also be small, predictable, and not very exciting.
But aim for something big, and you — and everyone else who’s involved — will have the feeling of doing something worthy and engaging. You’ll grow, and you’ll learn a new set of skills and principles you’d never have encountered if you stuck with what you know.
The next time you create a goal for yourself or with team members, stretch it, add a bit of “scary, exciting” to it, and see how that transforms the experience.
Discover 10 goal-setting tips that successful business owners use to keep them on course to a bigger future.