My Goals for 2018

How to Set Goals

I know it’s a little late in the game to be sharing 2018 goals, seeing as we are already 1/2 way through the year, but I figured that I was important to get these out there for your and my benefit.

I’ve learned that sharing goals publicly does 2 things:

(1) it helps give us added social accountability and fear of social embarrassment if we don’t commit to doing it.

(2) it helps open us open up to our network and welcome in the success which can help us reach these goals faster.

Partnerships could form. Friendships could build. Value can be exchanged. All around it’s a good thing to happen. So that is why I’m sharing this with you on this site and beyond.

So without further adu. adue? Adoo? Spell check still hasn’t corrected me yet…

(p.s. ‘adieu’ – french word meaning “without more work, ceremony, or fuss.”(1))

…anyway here are a list of goals that I have for myself for the remainder of 2018.

My Goals for 2018

  • I will easily earn $95,598 USD this year while helping impact hundreds of people’s lives by December 31st 2018
  • I will easily have $30,000 USD in assets (cash, stocks, bonds, etf’s, real estate, businesses, crypto) by December 31st 2018
  • I will easily form a high level mastermind for entrepreneurs online by December 31st 2018

So there you have it, my 2018 goals. All in, layin’ it all out there.

For the last 3 years I’ve been in saving mode, retraction, a recession of life trying to save and skimp every penny in order to hit that goal of debt freedom, and now I’m there, having paid off all my student loan debt, my personal credit card debt, and having no outstanding auto or mortgage debt to deal with.

Now the challenge begins, shifting the mindset from saving and skimping to focus instead on income producing activities and creating value for the world.



If you found this post helpful all I ask is that you share it with your friends and network. Also, What are your goals? Comment down below.

Author: Kristian

At the age of 22 Kristian found myself deep in debt from student loans, credit card spending, a car lease right out of college, and with few prospects and while living in his fathers spare bedroom, he began working diligently to get out of debt. That was 3 years ago, now he writes about how he did it, what tools and strategies he learned to accelerate his growth and get out of debt faster that he ever thought possible. To learn more about how he dug himself out of the $33,555 of debt he was in, while saving over $10,000, and all while doing it earning just above minimum wage check out: To date Kristian has been to over 14 different countries including Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, Belgium, France, Thailand, Philippines, Hong Kong, China, United States, and UAE. When not working on projects he’s passionate about, or helping local businesses with their marketing, you can often find Kristian reading, training Jiu Jitsu, or eating Thai food.