Setting Goals for your Pet Business

#‎LetsTalkBusiness‬ : Are you in the Pet Industry? Then this message is for you.

**What are your goals for the week and the month?**

Think about it: If you dont have a goal, then how on earth are you going to know that you have achieved what you want to achieve from your business (and in life)?

You walk into the TICKET OFFICE at the train station. You ask the ticket officer that you would like a ticket. The person asks to where would you like to go?

Your response is :
1) I am not sure
2) I think I would like to go to ...
3) I want to go to ...

The ticket officer can only give you a ticket to your destination (your goal!) if you know where you want to go.

Successful people have goals that are measurable.

Start by writing down your goals and giving yourself a deadline. Then break it down into bite-size chunks, daily and weekly. The key to success is KNOWING that you have achieved your goals in life. Because if you know what you want to achieve, then once you reach your goal, you will APPRECIATE it. Appreciation is what will take you to the next level.

**Wealth is the perception of abundance triggered by gratitude.**
... the opposite also applies : Poverty is the perception of scarcity triggered by fear & loss.

Pet Health Care is dedicated to not only helping our animals lead healthy and happy lives, but we are also focussed on making sure that those who supply products / services to our pets, can do it with success. Thursdays is dedicated to Pet business owners, with tips and advice to keep you growing from strength to strength! Stick around and #LetsTalkBusiness


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