Travel Goals Course - Section 1: Lesson 1
It's important that you focus on your most desired goals.
This means that you shouldn't have 100 travel goals written down that you're actively working to achieve.
If you want to keep a long list of places you'd like to visit, that's great. Make a bucket list.
Your travel goals should be short and sweet.
Once you achieve a goal, you can replace it with another. or you can wait until you completely finish your list and then create a new one; it's totally up to you!
Don't let your budget limit your goals. It's okay to have a travel goal that you think is too expensive.
I'm going to give you plenty of great tips to help you save money!
You can follow along with the video lecture below by downloading and printing out the Travel Goals Workbook.
In the lecture below, we'll be going over step 1 in the workbook.
Don't Forget to Download and Print the Workbook!
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Join the Discussion!
Do you have a bucket list?
If so, do you have a physical bucket list or do you keep it in your head?
Let me and the rest of your course-mates know in the comments below!