When you set a goal, it has to mean something, and there has to be a value to achieving it. If the outcome is of little to no importance to you, then the chances of your putting in the work are next to none, In Fact, 93 percent of people can't translate goals into action if the goals are irrelevant to them.
So, start with the goals that are highest on your priority list. it's easy to be overwhelmed by everything that needs to be done, so start simple. We live in a "snack-sized" world, meaning that we are able to digest information in short bites and shut down when we receive too much.
Breakdown your goals into your top three, or top five, overall goals, the ones with the highest sense of urgency. If it helps, write down why they're valuable to you. I sometimes write these goals down because, (A) the List becomes a tangible reminder of what needs to be done: and (B) I need the viual aids to help me focus. As every entrepreneur knows, we have a lot of things on our minds, so there's nothing wrong with having a little help.