I hope you didn't skip the last lesson. If you did, go back and set aside the time to do it. Values and Goals are marriage partners. Without your values being firmly in place you won't reach your goals; without goals you will never live your values.
I can't tell you what your goals should be any more than I can tell you your values. Every person has their own set of goals determined by what they value. (See the last lesson for a list of values that many people have in common.)
Life can go on the way it is and you will continue to respond only to urgencies and emergencies unless you learn the steps for climbing the ladder of goal success. Here's where we come to a slight, two-part problem with reaching a goal - it's comfortable to just keep doing the same things we always do each and every day. But is being comfortable getting you any closer to doing something with your life? Not if you are like most people. Most of us just get up, go with the flow, go to bed - and that's about it. Thankfully, there are steps you can take to change this no-win situation.
The second part of the problem is that you have to do things that aren't comfortable. You have to step out of your comfort zone. There just isn't any way around this fact. Goals are attainable only if we go against the status quo that we've been used to living in year after year.
Here's an acronym I want to share with you. It will help you to recall how to set goals by remembering this.