Why is goal setting important? At Norseman, we believe that goals shape our passions and futures. We can look at our goals and see precisely what we need to do to achieve them. We’ve recently opened our firm in Peoria due to excellent potential and our thriving nature. We believe that goals are meant to be reached with the right amount of willpower and motivation. “Goals and dreams aren’t just achieved overnight. These scenarios take time. But what’s more important is what you do to set these goals. How are you going about it?” states Erik Lickiss, managing director of Norseman. Goals are fantastic because they cause us to expand in ways we never thought possible. It lets us reach our potential and helps us strive to be better.
“Being able to set goals provides a lifelong vision and potential for yourself. We have to get through the obstacles and work hard to be able to achieve our goals. When we realize that, everything will flow how it’s supposed to. But you can’t ever give up — that’s not how anyone succeeds,” says Erik Lickiss of Norseman. At Norseman, we found and tapped into Peoria’s changing economy, and we decided that this is the best area for our business to thrive. In recent years Peoria has been up and coming to be one of the best places to start a business. We’re motivated and convinced that our goal-setting techniques will help our company flourish as well as prosper.
Some tips we suggest are to evaluate and analyze. Ask yourself, are you doing what you’re supposed to when it comes to reaching your goals? This is a daily task, so make sure you’re giving every day enough analyzation. See where your progress is and see what isn’t working for you. This is similar to starting the gym. See what machines work and which don’t, then eliminate or add and work around what you need. “Another tip is time Management: Every single goal should have a start and finish timeline. Make sure you’re managing your time well to work towards your goals. It’s hard work, but with diligence and proper timelines, everything will fall into place,” says Erik Lickiss of Norseman.