Setting the Right Goals Will Make Achieving Them More Rewarding
We know of the importance of setting and achieving goals. When we set goals, it gives us purpose and direction in life.
While setting goals is necessary to reach new levels of success, setting the right ones will make achieving them more rewarding. But how do you set the right goals?
This issue focuses on ways you can identify the right goals to set, how to deal with resistance or self-doubt, and how to ensure you follow through on the actions you need to take to achieve them.
Included in this issue:
- Setting the Right Goals (Video)
- How to Overcome Internal Resistance When Setting New Goals (Video)
- How to Set Milestones to Progress to Your Goals (Video)
- The Three Levels of Setting Goals (Article)
- How to Achieve Goals: The Complete Guide (Article)
- How to Follow Through on Your Goals (Video)
- 5 Reasons Why Not Being Attached to Your Goals is Valuable (Video)
Continue reading to find out.
Enjoy this week's issue. 🙏
If you are viewing this in a browser, to open a link without leaving this page, right click on the link and choose open in a new window or tab.
Setting the Right Goals
Setting the right goals plays an important role in achieving them.
In this video, Bob Proctor explains why a lot of people set the wrong goals, and what you need to be aware of when setting goals.
👉If you know how to set the right goals, the achievement process will become a lot easier.
- Credit: Bob Proctor
How to Overcome Internal Resistance When Setting New Goals
The ability to overcome internal resistance when setting new goals can be the difference in achieving them or not.
In this video, learn five ways or things you can do to overcome internal resistance when setting new goals.
👉When you feel resistance when setting goals, understand that your paradigms are being challenged. It's up to you to acknowledge and overcome that resistance.
How to Set Milestones to Progress to Your Goals
A reason why people don’t achieve their goals is because they don’t define milestones that indicate if they are on track or not.
In this video, learn five simple steps you can take to set milestones, so you can maintain momentum and stay motivated to reach your goals.
👉It's useful to break your goals into smaller steps or milestones, which can help overcome overwhelm and slow progress.
Success and Goal Achievement
The Three Levels of Setting Goals
Only a small percentage of the population sets goals... around 3%. Of those who set goals, many of them set the wrong ones because they're not aware of the different levels of setting goals.
In this post, learn the three levels of setting goals and which level you should always set them from.
👉Once you know these three levels, setting the right goals will become easier, which means you are more likely to follow through on them.
How to Achieve Goals: The Complete Guide
If achieving your goals was easy, most people would be happier, healthier and more successful.
People who have reached high levels of success know achieving goals does not only depend on what you do to achieve them, but what you do when you face obstacles or experience failure.
In this post, learn four principles of how the brain works with achieving goals and five strategies for tackling those persistent problems in your life and learning how to achieve your goals.
👉While there isn't always a right way to reach your goals, having a goal achievement guide will give you a starting point and direction.
- Credit: Tony Robbins | Image Credit: shutterstock_KieferPix
How to Follow Through on Your Goals
You will face setbacks when pursuing your goals, so knowing how to keep going no matter what happens, is critical to your success.
In this video, learn how to develop persistence, so you can perform consistently well and follow through on the goals you want to achieve.
👉Those who remain persistent and take consistent action will increase their chances of achieving their goals.
- Credit: Jack Canfield
5 Reasons Why Not Being Attached to Your Goals is Valuable
Being attached to your goals can easily be mistaken for being focused on your goals.
There is a difference. By not being attached to your goals, you will make things easier for yourself, which can help you achieve them faster.
In this video, learn five reasons why not being attached to your goals is valuable.
👉When you know the real purpose of setting goals, it will be a lot easier to not be attached to them.
Ways to Stay Focused and Make Progress on Your Goals
Staying focused on your goals will require discipline.
👉Which of these do you do consistently? And how can you include the ones you're not doing?
- Credit: Bob Proctor
Latest Blog Content
How Making Sacrifices Can Help You Reach Important Goals
It's unlikely you will achieve anything significant without making sacrifices. Highly successful people understand and apply this concept to become better achievers.
In this post, learn five things about making sacrifices, so you can apply it to become a better achiever.
👉Even though making sacrifices to get something you want may sound unappealing, if applied well, it can help you reach your important goals.
It Will Take Commitment and Discipline to Reach Your Goals
If you want to achieve things that are meaningful or rewarding, having goals is essential.
While setting goals is easy, since it's an intellectual process, achieving them will require more from you.
It will require sacrifice, discipline, and a commitment to keep going despite the obstacles you will face. If you take consistent action, achieving your goals will only be a matter of time.
MAKE IT COUNT
An action step you can take this week is to revisit your goals. If you do not have goals, set some based on what you want. If you have goals, review your progress, and use these ideas to stay focused and committed to achieving them.
Have a great week. Thank you for reading. 🙏
And always remember, live your greatness! 🙌
P.S. If you want free resources on building a high-performing team, becoming a better manager by developing coaching skills, or having productive weeks every week, you can visit my Products Page for more details.