Any goal can be achieved by stating the action which then can be repeated until the goal is achieved. Simple and effective.
“The man who moves a mountain begins by carrying away small stones.” ― Confucius, Confucius: The Analects
Dashrath Manjhi had a goal: to make a road through the mountain, so people of his village could get a better access to doctors, schools and job opportunities. People thought he was mad. He carved four hours a day on top of his plowing work with hammer and chisel at it, and it took 22 years to carve through. He made it.
What is your one goal? What is your strategy (verb) that by which doing you will inevitably achieve it?
Goal: moving a mountain. Strategy: carrying away small stones.
Goal: building a road through mountain. Strategy: hammering away the mountain.
Goal: escape the rat race. Strategy: Building assets and alliances.
Third goal is my personal goal and for others it may have pitfalls due to the nature of language. First, escaping the rat race means that the passive income earned exceed the monthly expenses. Secondly, an asset is an investment that brings income. These are crucial definitions for the success of this strategy.
Now try it yourself write down your big goal and the strategy (verb) to achieve that.