Presently, I have a few of them for this year. Then I have a few more for 2014, then a few more for 2016. Note: These are not in order. The ones for this year are to:
1. Redo the living room.
2. Get a new kitchen table.
3. Finish my bachelor's degree.
4. Purchase some more exercise equipment to put in the office or living room areas.
My goals vary from work, HubPages and casual daily life.
I can tell you now that my goals for HubPages are quickly becoming more successful than work and life, however just focussing on HubPages, my primary goal is to reach the tops of the success stories page. Then make enough money from HubPages and other sites that I can stop work completely.
My other goals are only for my eyes (no not like that...) because just like some wishes, if you tell them you lose them...
Too live simple, to do the work I was meant to do and continue my search of Nirvana.
Goals in life.
1. Have a healthy family
2. Help people to live a happier lives
3. Stop the destruction of our mother earth like oZone, Greenhouse effect, etc
4. Spread PEACE to all human beings
I have three main goals this year:
1) Finish the "re-starting" part of my life. Find a job, place, settle down for a while.
2) Have at least half of my income from writing
3) Publish at least 2 novels. Find a real publisher for "A Dream in the Night"
by Timothy Arends 3 years ago
Just curious--has any research been done on this? I'm talking about those with some college education as well as graduates with any kind of degree).On the one hand, Hubpages may attract a more educated and literate audience (both in terms of readers and writers) but on the other hand, the site may...
by Simone Haruko Smith 5 years ago
What are your tips on creating and following through with goals? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)What are good goals to set for the New Year? How can one structure one’s goals so that one is more likely to follow through? What are your tips on sticking to goals when the going gets tough? Share your...
by Kain 360 16 months ago
From an objective point of view; would you say a hub that is based around an evergreen topic that receives an average of 50 views per day is successful or at least semi-successful? I think the ideal would be 100-200, but 50 is much better than 10 or none. I posted before about how I quit HubPages...
by Jake Frost 6 years ago
How long does it take to be successful on HubPages?Assuming you are an active member, fairly new to the site and are publishing hubs frequently. How long might it take until you 'make it big'?
by kuttysaran 7 years ago
presently am going to gym ..it s gud bad while trying for pregency????????
by Chris Andrews 5 weeks ago
I am hoping that some people are willing to share their financial goals in regards to hubpages. I see many sites going down, and I don't like that. I think we need to be a community that shares and supportes each other. Gives suggestions and offers help if capable. We are a...
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