"Goals are dreams with deadlines." ~ Diana Scharf Hunt
Is your goal to interest you and encourage you? The success of these goals seems so incredibly attractive that you salivate in the thought that it is over? Or … should I ask if you usually set goals?
I've held this discussion at the end of the month because the shortest month of the year is just around the corner and what better time to do some short-term goals to get us practicing!
Importance of goals
On our school days, assignments, deadlines and final exams are given. We've cleared and cut structures to succeed, and as long as we follow them and work hard, we will achieve what was meant for us.
As an employee, you are expected to possess special knowledge, complete tasks and meet their standards . Once again, our structure is to give us success.
If you simply want to allow situations follow your knowledge, development, and overall strategy, then you're happy to let other people set goals for you . It's definitely easier this way.
If we allow others to follow the evolution, we live for others and not for ourselves. Creating a personal goal helps us explore what we really want, have a passion for, and guide our journey to them.
Without goals, our dreams must always be dreams without a deadline and a road map to follow.
How Aim Help
The goal gives us new heights to strive to jump over and become better. Aim helps you get from YOU 1.0 to YOU 2.0. The good news is, you have a lifetime to get the release & # 39; YOU UNLEASHED & # 39 ;, but it will never be achieved without progressive action to get there. Goals are essential for continued personal growth.
Setting goals is to make a deal without you to reach a new level or take a step in the right direction. You give yourself a bar to achieve, and with Golly, you're about to reach it! Can you create goals that are so mouthwashing and awe-inspiring that you can feel heart rhythm in your heart just thinking about it?
Setting good goals
Good goals can not only affect your rational brain (the one who knows what you should do) needs to touch the emotional brain as well . What is the difference you can ask for?
When an emotional brain affects you feels the goal and all of you to perceive the need and motivation for action. thinking of rational brain may think but emotional brain gets you . Ever trying to work on something you know you should do but can't get gusto to do it? The two need to work together!
How Can We Affect Both Brains? To begin, a good goal needs a great vision.
Dreaming, imagining and your visual goals creates an emotional attachment to the desired outcome and those that are clear and exciting will easily be interpreted by the emotional brain.
If you want to be a great speaker, you can see standing in front of thousands of people while everyone laughs at your jokes, reassuring your stories, and later expressing their praise about how much they learned and got off your speech. Feel the gratitude, satisfaction and impact you made as it already happened. Feel the relevant income, then set goals to achieve it.
If your goals are not driving you, then you have set miserable goals.
Create a mark
Sometimes we aim for the sky and set big goals. This is great. Yet, if you are so far away, it is sometimes easy to lose focus on these goals. This is where signs come in. Signs are the magnifying glass that gives us a closer look at our progress.
I believe the signs to be "low targets". Looking at our long-term goals, our vision can be blurred and it can be difficult to recognize whether or not we have progressed. Signs are indicators . It is concrete, easy to recognize and a reason to celebrate. They are mile marks along your highway boundaries.
If you set the goal I will be a great public speaker "# 39. First, we need to know what a loudspeaker is and" # 39; what really matters. What are the features of a loud speaker? When we know where we are going, we set a goal by setting clear goals to meet … by deadline Your first sign could be: "I can talk comfortably in 10 minutes in front of a small group. "
Okay, I've set a few goals, now what?
Set a goal is half of the battle and reach those fun and challenging parts. have set quality goals and to maintain your goals, here are some suggestions:
- A goal has to be scored on us A boring goal can lead to a short circuit
- Keep your goals visible. among other things pay attention to them by seeing them regularly
- Create a Sample Card
- Take a little step daily. Robert Collier said "Success is the sum of small experiments, repeated day in and day out."
- Keep score on your results. Write all your achievements along the way. Build Your Success! Often, success and failure are practices. What habit would you prefer?
- Tell people . Some will hold you accountable and encourage you, and others will not care. This is also a good way to draw attention to people around you who are worried about your personal interest. As well, don't advertise goals until you are ready to be goals; if you give it up shortly, people will not achieve your goals and # 39; too serious.
- Objectives can change. Sometimes your hopes and dreams change after your journey, this is not bad. Your goals have brought you to this point that is hopefully beyond what you had been. Now, make new ones and try again. There is no backpedaling when it comes to goals, the most important thing is to watch your passion and enjoy the journey.
"You want to set a goal that is big enough to make it happen." ~ Jim Rohn
] Activity 1:
Start developing a beautiful image in your mind where you see yourself for 6 months, 1 year, 5 years and 10 years. Imagine yourself as happy and cucumber living out your passion and dreams. Get back to where you are today and start taking steps to get there. Turn these steps into goals and be aware of them, see them regularly.
Let's make some positive changes next month! February is just around the corner and I urge you all to join me by making short-term goals to make a positive impact on our lives.
Is the habit or nature you want to change? Take one month's challenge! One month's challenge is a great opportunity to experience new perspectives, new insights, and inspire you! Whenever you are challenged, you are growing. Not a challenge = not growing.
At the end of the month, if you feel good and enjoy the changes, please argue! If the experience was not fun, ask yourself why, and you can always get back into the old one without changing without harm.
Here are some suggestions:
- No television. (or no TV this week)
- No coffee. (like most of us? Post a month and see if you can fix it!)
- No alcohol. (Give the body (liver) pause. Also helps to discover who your friends are and who your friends are.]
- Wake up early (Have you not seen the sunrise in … always? Try to be an early bird for a month and use peace and quiet
- Practice Gratitude (Write a letter or tell a person how much you thank them every day)
- No Smoking
- Exercise daily for at least 10 minutes
- Clear and organize the house your 10 minutes a day.
- No fast food
- Go to bed for 11.
The options are limitless. Choose one or create one that is special and useful to you. ] If you choose, you don't have to set yourself up for failure by doing it. You can set rules to follow that still contribute to growth. What about 1 cigarette per day or 1 coffee before noon? , but small changes are more useful than extremes that ensure failure. Check out my article on & # 39; Kaizen & # 39;.