the construction of an achievable goal

the construction of an achieving personal goals

I had another article that I wanted to present to you today,but after attending a goal setting seminar myself today I gathered some tremendous information that I think will be beneficial to you at present.

Being in the midst of a goal that is streeeeeetching me at the moment I realise that I need to learn more and more about the power and the process of goalsetting.

And so the teleseminar that I attended was of extreme significance to me personally and I would love to share it with you.(1)

Anyway, let’s start by looking at ‘The Construction Of An Achievable Goal’. I have 13 powerful points to share with you.

  1. First WRITE A GOAL: that is a concise statement of your specific intention.

Make it SMART.
Specific
Measurable

Achievable
Risky – make sure it stretches you
Targetable – make it time specific and set a deadline

  1. WHY

Write concise reasons that compel you to reach your goal. The why is the engine of your goal. If the why is big enough you’ll find the how. Write 3 why’s.

  1. GIVE AND GET

What are you delivering and what are you getting in return?

  1. WRITE YOUR VIVID VIEW

Write how your life feels, having realized your goals. Write at least one paragraph.(2)

  1. POLICIES

Write the standards and guidelines by which you and others will operate.

  1. ACTION PLAN

Write out a broad area of activity necessary in order for you to initiate and complete your goal.

  1. PROGRAMS

Record the shorter range steps necessary to complete your action plan.

If there are things that you don’t know what to do or how to get: start writing yourself questions about what you need to learn. There is power in the art of questioning.

  1. PROJECTS

Write even smaller steps necessary to complete the program.

  1. TASKS OR TO DO’S

Break projects down into even smaller steps.

  1. REWARDS

In advance you are going to acknowledge yourself for completing your actions along the way.

  1. STATISTICS

Record some measurements you’re going to measure your progress. Graph it if you wish so as to track your progress.(3)

  1. AFFIRMATIONS

Give positive affirmations that affirm the outcome of your goal.

  1. COMMITMENT STATEMENT

Commit yourself in writing that you are going to be true to yourself in the pursuit and the acquisition of your goal. Sign it.

And here are some other great questions:

a)What is my vision?
b)Is the vision worthy of me?
c)Am I playing in a big enough universe?
d)Where do I need to delegate?
e)Where am I playing small?
f)Where am I afraid to confront myself or confront others?
g)Where do I need to reprioritise my goal in other areas?
h)Is there anyone in my personal or professional life who is
not for my highest and best good who I must release?

Motivational Memo: Goal Achievers act as though they will never fail.

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