Why do some people consistently achieve their goals when others who seem just as committed consistently fail to achieve their goals?
Sometimes they do. People who consistently achieve their goals have a powerful why that propels action. People who don’t achieve their goals frequently don’t have that powerful why. Their goals represent things they “should do” or “it would be nice to do” not things that are incredibly important to them for compelling reasons. It really is about the choices we make when we are setting those goals. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE POWER OF CHOICE
People who are accustomed to keeping commitments to themselves achieve goals consistently (assuming they set appropriate goals to begin with). People who are constantly overwhelmed and in the habit of procrastinating are...
We all set goals. We even accomplish some. But so often, year after year we still are listing the same goals. The fact that they appeared on last year’s list, and the year before's list, and the year before that, is demoralizing. It’s like we’re playing whac-a- mole with our self-esteem.
Have clarity about what you want to accomplish. Set a specific, measurable goal. You want sufficient clarity that will be absolutely clear to you when it is accomplished. Know why this matters to you. Without a powerful why it won’t happen
Create specific incremental steps that will get you there.
What do you need to do in the next 90 days?
What do you need to do in the next 60 days?
What do you need to do in the next 30 days?
What do you need to do this week?
What do you need to do today? Create an action plan for the day …. 1-3 specific actions to move yourself forward. ...