With the new year coming up, we should all be setting goals, right?
Whether you believe in the “new year, new me” sort of approach to life or you think it’s all a load of poop there is something pretty awesome about the idea of starting off the new year with a new set of goals. The idea of having that timeline to work on something; and having those goals accomplished before 2020 is exciting, isn’t it? But for the sugar baby, goals can be more than just that. They can be a way to show your daddy that you’re not just another pretty face and that you’re the kind of girl he can see himself investing in for a long time- which, when you’re a sugar baby, is one of the best things you can do to ensure daddy keeps spoiling you, let’s face it.
So, what kind of goals should you set?
Where do you want to see yourself with your career in the next 12 months? Do you have a career that you want to see yourself in?
Take some time to focus on these questions and ask yourself what you want to see from your income as well. Write them out, and if you can’t figure it out- sit down and write out exactly how you’d like to see yourself in terms of your career success in 12 months. These goals could include sales, contracts, or just investing in your learning.
Speaking of learning, it’s always a good idea to have at least one goal that relates to learning something new or learning more about something you already know. Why? Because one of the best ways to grow is to do something new or to expand something you already know. And what daddy isn’t going to love a girl who knows her way around something she’s passionate about.
And I’m not just talking about the ones you have with daddy. While those are important it’s also important to make sure you take time to focus on friends and family as well. What would you like to do with friends before the year is out? How would you like to grow your relationship with family members?
When it comes to setting goals, make sure you have a couple of fun ones on the list or you’ll feel like your goals are chores, which isn’t something you want!
At least one of your goals should affect your mental health. Think about it, what is one emotion you’d like to get rid of? What is a thought pattern you’d like to change? Would you like to be more positive? Less stressed? Less emotional?
While you’re thinking about health; focus on your physical health as well. What could you do to become healthier? What bad habits could you cut out of your life? What is one good habit you could bring into your life?
Often times, we see the common “lose weight” goal around new years and the truth is, there is nothing wrong with that but I’m going to encourage you to step away from that. Instead of focusing on wanting to lose weight, pick a physical goal that is about adding to your life. Find a new workout routine, drink more water, cut out smoking- find goals that add value.
Where do you want to be in 2-3 years? What can you do this year, within the next 12 months, to work towards that?
These are the goals that are a few years down the line, but you know you want them. Start laying the groundwork for them and start working towards them this year, even if you don’t think you’ll be able to do too much you can still work towards it and often times, it’s little steps that make the biggest difference.