All I can say to that is WOW! It is quite amazing that only 3% of the class had the desire, dedication, and vision to make it through this world. I would have to agree that many people that I work around are not all that worried about how they are going to spend their future. Right now I am working on my dreams of becoming financially stable and working for myself. I know that it will take time but these are goals that I have set out for not only myself but for my family as well. Many of the people that I talk to are just worried about the current day and not worried about what the future holds. Many of them are not thinking about their future and what they would like to do. Now that I am older I see that there are certain things that you have to set out in order for them to happen you have to work at it. What we are doing is working on what we can with the money that we have available and if we have things for other parts of the plans that we have and do not have the money we work on the things that we have the items for. Right now we are working on 10 acres of land and working on getting our trailer fixed up so that we can pay rent to ourselves and reinvest that money that we would be spending on rent on the property. One day I know that we will finally have our own business and the first one will hopefully be campsites on the property. Because from our property you can see all four mountains. I think that the same percent of people that I work with does not have set goals or visions for their future.
The will and Desire to work towards goals
Tammy Hopkinson, MBA Achieving Goals 1 Minute
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I love to write, spend time with the family, and work for the things that I have. It has not always been an easy road but it never is. The more challenging it is the more she loves life. Her goal is to achieve her dreams of having her own business one day. I hope that you enjoy the articles that I write. Some of them are personal experiences that I hope enlighten others. Happy reading! Enjoying life to the fullest. :) View all posts by Tammy Hopkinson, MBA