The book says,
In college, you may have had a clear idea of where you wanted to be three to five years after graduation, but have you considered it since?
Now is as good a time as any to create a chart for your new career goals. Use the chart to outline each step and put a date beside the steps. You may find it easer to work on this by starting with your ultimate goal, say in five years, and then working back to the present.
Do this exercise when you don't have other matters clamoring for your time and attention; your career deserves your focused and thoughtful consideration.
For instance, what level did you start at? Did you start at an entry level position? What other levels in your career have you had a chance to work? In the beginning did you have a goal in mind? If you are just starting out in your career, where do you want to be in five years in your present career? What will it take to climb the ladder of success in your field?
Just For Today: I am happy doing the job that I am doing at this present moment!
From the book: Live Happy