You can't get where you want to go unless you know where you're starting from and exactly where it is you want to go.
Austin, Texas is a lot more clear of a destination than "a place with a great vibe."
It sounds simple, but a lot of us entrepreneurs like to throw out words like "abundance" and "freedom" when talking about what we want as if that were an actual goal.
It's not. It's not clear or specific or actionable. A concept isn't something you can measure.
As my coach says, that which gets measured gets improved. That which gets measured and recorded gets improved exponentially.
What does abundance mean to you? How much money is that per month? Is it $5K per month? $10K per month?
What does freedom mean to you? How many hours per day do you want to work? Two hours five days per week? Five hours on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday?
Where are you at now? How much are you making and how much are you working? $3K/mo and 40 hours per week?
Once you have something measurable and specific you can start working to close the gap from where you are to where you want to be.
Goals aren't meant to shame us, they're meant to help give us awareness and to help us see what's working and what's not.
But if where you are is only clear to you as something that "sucks" and where you want to be is just "better" then you won't be making progress nearly as quickly as you'd like.
Where are you RIGHT NOW in relation to a specific, concrete goal that has a definite date in the future?