Everything FoodTruckr Has Ever Published Relating To Goals

Goals

‘Tis the season for making goals. After all, December is around the corner and New Year’s Eve will be here shortly after that.

During this time of the year, people naturally reflect on the year they just had. They analyze what went wrong, what went right and how they can do better in the new year.

With that said, how did your goals go in 2018, FoodTruckrs? Did you achieve everything you wanted to achieve, or are you at least on track to do so? If not, there’s no need to stress because success isn’t solely about hitting and not hitting goals. The progress you make is the most important part.

No matter how things are turning out, we hope you can finish the year off on a good note and get 2019 started on the right track.

To help you out in that department, below we will feature everything FoodTruckr has ever published relating to goals. Every article in question will have a link and preview attached.

Everything FoodTruckr Has Ever Published Relating To Goals

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Food Truck Goals Every Mobile Kitchen Owner Should Focus On In 2017

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First and foremost, gaining more customers tends to lead to you selling more food, which leads to your food truck business making more money. With more money, you can update your equipment, expand by opening up another mobile kitchen, etc. Gaining more customers also leads to more people finding out about your lunch truck — it’s a chain reaction. This could lead to fortune, fame or you simply making a lot of people happy with your food.

Food Truck Entrepreneurs Have To Include This Ingredient When Making Goals For 2017

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Instead, your goal needs to be something along these lines: I want to increase my Facebook following by 2,000 likes in 2017. I plan on doing that by incorporating more giveaways, boosting posts that I think will do well and promoting my Facebook account more at my actual food truck. Since there are, of course, 12 months in a year, I plan on gaining 167 likes every month.

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How All Food Truck Entrepreneurs Should Approach Their Goals

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If you don’t make a plan for your goals, and if you don’t actually add them to your schedule, then you will only work on them when the time is right. You might think you will work on your goals when you have more time, or when your food truck is more established, but the time will never be right. If you don’t force your goals into your life, then you will never become as successful as you could be, and that’s a real shame.

How To Rebound From Not Hitting Your Food Truck Goals

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Maybe you didn’t hit your food truck goal because it wasn’t attainable. We understand how the goal-making process works: Your brain is running wild and you’re excited about the prospects of a goal coming true and what this goal could do for your business.

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Common Goals Food Truck Owners Should Shoot For

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Many business owners strive for growth. They want to build a franchise, a dynasty. One of the first steps in that process is having enough funds to actually make that happen, and when that does happen, opening up another food truck. Like all of the goals on this list and goals in general, all of this is easier said than done for an endless amount of reasons (it’s not easy to come up with money to purchase a second food truck and you also have to figure out how you’re going to manage both places at once). Nonetheless, this is a common food truck goal that many owners can — and should — shoot for.

Food Trucks: Do You Include These Steps When It Comes To Your Goals?

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Before you make your goal, you should do some reflecting. You need to figure out why you really want something to happen, and why you need it to happen. What do you really want in life? Your goal should benefit you. You shouldn’t make it just to make it, because that will lead to you not achieving the goal in the first place, or not getting any closer to the person you want to be.

3 Mindsets Food Truck Owners Should Adopt To Reach Their Fall Goals

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Every business owner should have this mindset. After all, you didn’t start up a business (in this case, a food truck) to be average. You started up a food truck business because you wanted to be a successful cook and have a thriving business. You think anything is possible, because with hard work, a great plan and action … anything truly is possible.

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

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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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When Should Food Truck Owners Set Goals?

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If you’re like most people, then you set your goals around the end or beginning of the year. This is a common goal-setting time for many people because New Year’s tends to be a time of reflection, and while you’re looking at the year you just had, you realize what changes you need to make.

What Are Your Food Truck Goals For Summer 2018?

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Maybe you want to enter your first catering gig this summer, or venture to your 100th food truck event. Maybe there is a certain mark you want to hit in the sales department. Perhaps you want to make enough money to open up another food truck, or even a sit-down restaurant.

3 Reasons Why Food Truck Owners Should Never Give Up On Their Goals

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There’s nothing worse (from a job standpoint, that is) than waking up each and every morning and dreading going to work, and then dreading everything about work once you are there. You took a stand to live a more fulfilling life, to create a legacy, by becoming a food truck owner. This was the ultimate move, and you did it. You became a chef in a booming industry as opposed to being miserable at a job you did not care for (yes, everyone is different, and there are plenty of folks who loved their previous jobs when they weren’t in the food truck industry, or perhaps weren’t just owners yet).

It’s Time To Get Really Serious About Your Yearly Food Truck Goals

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It means a couple of different things: (1) It means the holiday season is rearing its head (for some places, the holiday season might have already started from a commercial standpoint), and that might be a blessing for FoodTruckrs who stay open during this time of the year for the simple fact that all of the shoppers need to eat. (2) There is only so much time left to reach your yearly goals, so now is the time to really put your foot on the gas pedal.

What Are Your Food Truck Goals For 2018?

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There are so many different people out there who will say you need to focus on one large goal, or a couple of big goals. While we understand the importance of that — because making too many goals can get overwhelming, and it might be harder to keep track of 10 goals as opposed to three — the big thing is this: You’re the one who has to follow your goals, food truck owners. Your goals are your goals (and your food truck business’) — not anyone else’s.

3 Ways To Hold Yourself Accountable To Your Food Truck Goals In 2018

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So many people make these awesome goals around the start of a new year … but then they forget about them shortly after because … well, life happens, and the goals get put on the back burner. If you are constantly reminding yourself of these goals by having them around on a piece of paper, then you might not lose sight of the big picture.

Food Truck Owners Can’t Stop Making New Goals

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Your ultimate dream was to enter the food truck industry … and you did it! You raised/saved up enough money to buy a food truck, and you are currently making and selling food at your food truck business for a living. As a result, the goal-making process is over, right? Wrong. In fact, the exact opposite rings true.

3 Valuable Food Truck Goals To Consider In 2018

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With this 2018 goal, the idea is to bring someone on to take on the daily operations at your food truck so you can spend most of your time trying to open up shop somewhere else (of course, everyone’s strategy is different), for it is rather tough to run a business that takes up 60-plus hours of your time per week and try to open up another one in the process.

How Food Truck Owners Should Approach Their 2018 Goals

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If you need to make SMART goals to achieve success, then do so. However, if you like to be more flexible with your goals so they don’t seem like a task/job/chore, then be more flexible with them. At the end of the day, you, food truck owner, are the one who has to follow the goal, so while receiving advice from an outside perspective allows you to get a … well, outside perspective, it doesn’t mean it is the answer for you.

2 Reasons Why Food Truck Entrepreneurs Really Have To Make A Push Toward Yearly Goals Now

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At the beginning of the year, you were motivated to make all of your goals and dreams come true. Motivation was literally raining down on your life (that tends to be the case when the calendar turns over to a new year).

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