Q: How to write research implications based on your objectives?
What are the first things to do?
As far as I understand, you would like to know how your research implications can be defined. I have edited the question slightly to make it clearer.
You should first start with a thorough literature search of the broad and specific topic of your research. You will need to identify similar studies that have been conducted and what their conclusions were. You will also need to determine what was missed in these studies, i.e. what are the gaps that need to be filled. Your research objectives should be based on closing these gaps. The implications of your research will derive from why it was important to conduct your study and how will it impact future research in your field. You should base your implications on how previous similar studies have advanced your field and how your study can add to that.
Please be very cautious while speculating as claims that are unsupported by results can be negatively received by journal reviewers. You can propose putative implications of your research to avoid overstatements.