3 Questions Food Truck Owners Must Answer When It Comes To Their Goals

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Editor’s Note: Today we’re excited to present a post from Jeremy Adams. Jeremy is the President/CEO of Prestige Food Trucks, which is the world’s leading custom food truck manufacturer. In his current role as President/CEO, Jeremy manages dozens of employees, interacts with clients, and maintains a healthy relationship with all of his business partners. Since Prestige, Jeremy has launched many other successful companies.

As you likely already know, making goals is an invaluable step when it comes to making your dreams come true.

In the spirit of that thinking, we are about to drop three questions food truck owners must answer when it comes to their goals. Make sure to keep these questions in mind all year long, as they will help you stay motivated and on track with your goals.

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3 Questions Food Truck Owners Must Answer When It Comes To Their Goals

3. How Bad Do You Want It?

How bad do you want it? Are you willing to put in the extra work to be the most successful version of yourself? Are you willing to outwork everyone in this industry in hopes of climbing to the top of success mountain?

We already know you are an extremely motivated person. After all, it takes some real motivation to become a food truck owner, which you did. Now is where the real fun begins, though, so make sure you are willing to go the extra mile — and then some. If you really want to make your goals come true, then you can’t get complacent. You have to be hustling nonstop. That’s how you make your goals and dreams come true.

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2. Are You Staying Motivated Year-Round, Or Just When You Make Your Goals?

So many people make goals around New Year’s Eve, and then they get extremely motivated. All they can think about is making their goals come true… Then the magic that is New Year’s Eve dies, people go back to their normal routines after about a couple of weeks and then those amazing goals get placed on the back burner.

Are you like that, or do you actually keep your goals to your heart year-round? Are you actually looking at them every day, and taking action?

Don’t just go through the motions — make your goals come true by actually including them in your plan/schedule.

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1. How Are You Forming Your Goals?

In other words, what’s your process?

If you plan on making an all-star plan, then you need to make attainable and measurable goals, you need to actually put an actionable plan in place and you also need to attach a deadline for each and every goal. That’s how you hold yourself accountable to your goals as opposed to going through the motions and getting complacent.

If you really want to make your goals come true, food truck owners, then you need to act like the world will end if you don’t hit your goal deadline. That mindset will keep you motivated, hungry and focused. Incorporate your goals into your daily schedule so you don’t just forget about them a couple of weeks after you make them.

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