goal setting


Motivational author and speaker, Dave Schloss


Following is an abbreviated goal setting list
from the international best-seller,
Don't Tie Yourself Up In "Nots"

1.) ENVISION YOUR GOALS.
Know exactly what you want. Be able to see yourself actually attaining your goals. Get into this habit of envisioning several times a day. You are half-way to any goal if you can "see" yourself achieving it first.

2.) HAVE A PASSIONATE DESIRE TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS.
If all you do is make a list of things that would be "nice" to accomplish, forget it! In order to achieve our goals we must have a burning desire to do so.

3.) MAKE YOUR GOALS WELL-DEFINED AND MEASURABLE.
Be specific when setting your goals so that they allow you to measure your progress. (for example, if you're in sales, a goal should not be that you will have more appointments than last month. You should define this goal with specific numbers; i.e. I will have 20 appointments this week, or 75 this month.)

4.) BE FLEXIBLE.
Be ready to re-adjust your goals and not give up on them. If they are too easy, they won't be worthwhile, and if they are too tough, and you will start thinking that the idea of goal setting is worthless. Remember, small victories lead to big successes.

5.) SET A DEFINITE TIME PERIOD FOR YOUR GOALS.
Many people have things they have planned to do for a long time, but have never done. Just having the goals is not good enough, we must have a time frame to complete them.

6.) WRITE DOWN YOUR GOALS.
When you do, your likelihood of achieving them is dramatically increased. Place little notes around the house so you can see your goals constantly.

7.) TAKE ACTION.
This is the most important one of all. If you don't take action, then everything up to this point has been wishing, not goal setting.

We hope this goal setting list helps you to become more successful and we wish you the best for a positive future!

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