Want to change your career? Ready to get a career that really fits you and your lifestyle instead of trying to squeeze into the ‘job box’ someone else wants you to be? Check out these goal setting tips on career design.Tip 1. Write your goal out. Be clear and in present tense, including details. Use a realistic deadline that’s not impossible or too easy to attain. You want to be able to stretch a little bit with your goals, so pick a deadline that coincides with being realistic, but slightly challenging.”I am creating a six figure information product business that allows me to be free, flexible, and creative…within this year. I earn $125,000 with new info product business by June 1st, 2013. (That’s a good example of a basic goal, but the more detail, the better.) Make sure your goal is well thought out, and that it’s really something YOU want, not what other people want for you.Tip 2. Post your goal in big letters where you’ll definitely read it every day. It’s important to read your goal everyday. Here’s a couple other tricks to make sure you read your goal daily: Write it on an index card and keep it in your wallet or purse. Create a wallpaper for your computer and write your goal on it so that you see it every time you open your computer. Write on your mirror in lipstick. Write on a post-it pad and tape it to your refrigerator or your computer.Tip 3. Turn your goal into an affirmation and speak it out loud as often as possible. This is a powerful way to make your goal happen quickly…just say it out loud like it’s really happening in your life already.Tip 4. Consider what you want your lifestyle to be like when designing a career to fit it. Write your goals so that the career you design fits what kind of lifestyle you want to have, whether that’s sleeping in, not working on Mondays, earning a certain amount of money, working from home, etc. If you want to have an active lifestyle, think of that when you consider a long commute to and from work, or a sedentary job.Tip 5. When writing your goals, be sure to include as many of the desirable work details as you can. If you really want to work on the beach, write that into your goal. If it’s important to you, include it in your goal and affirmation.Hope these tips help you with your career design goal setting!