G-O-A-L-S make great men great
AIM @ “SOMETHING”
“The major reason for setting a goal is for what it makes of you to accomplish it. What it makes of you will always be the far greater value than what you get.” Jim Rohn
Bob Proctor teaches this: Gratitude Attunes You To Success In the present tense. Write a statement of gratitude for everything that you feel blessed to have in your life now. Your statement below will become a tool for you to use to keep you on track towards achieving your goals. When you feel like you are getting off track or need some motivation, come back to this statement and read it over and over until you feel a shift.
“When you are grateful, fear disappears and abundance appears.” Tony Robbins
Bob Proctor instructs : Choose wants not needs. Choose a goal that is something you WANT, not something you need. There is no inspiration in needs; however, there definitely is inspiration in WANTS. The goal does not have to be logical, in fact, you will probably be much more inspired if it is totally illogical. A worthy goal will make you feel uncomfortable, because it will be foreign to you—uncharted territory. If you already know how you are going to get your goal then chances are it is not a good goal—you probably have already achieved it before in some shape or form. Chances are if the goal excites you and frights you at the same time, you are on the right path. The goal is right for you! As John Maxwell says, “A dream should never be evaluated according to its size. That’s not what determines its worth. A dream doesn’t have to be big. It just has to be bigger than you are.”
MartinLive.com’s suggested Areas to Consider when setting your GOALS:
1. Spiritual Goals – How close do you want to be to God? If your spiritual life was perfect, what would it look like?
2. Emotional Needs – How happy do you want to be? On a scale of 1 to 10, how happy are you today? What do you have to do to reach a 10? Do you accept both the good and the bad with equanimity?
3. What is the state of your Body and physical strength and well being? How strong are your joints? Are you fit? Set a goal to become fit and keep fit.
4. What relationship with your spouse and children do you dream of?
5. What network/relationship/friendships have you established that you can rely upon?
6. What about career/your purpose on earth? Why are you here? What special gifts do you have? What would you like to be? What would you like to be remembered as?
7. Travel – where have you been so far and what are the memories? Where would you like to visit and why?
8. What is your networth today? Why don’t you have 10 times that amount? What is your reason? How many more years before you retire? How much do you spend per year currently? Do you have 20 times that amount to live on if you retire today at say 65 years?
9. What Books have you not read yet? Ask your network to recommend books that has touched their hearts? Make a list of all the books.
- – Martin Dzediku
Goal Setting Process
- Decide exactly what you want in life, e.g. 3 most important a) income & career b) family c) health & d) net worth goals? idealise & dream with “no limitations”
- Write it down, so clearly that anyone can understand exactly what you want
- Make it measurable, simple enough for a child to measure the result
- Identify the obstacles, what is the constraint, the main obstacle, the rock?
- Identify the skills required, what is the key skill? learn it, move on to the next!
- Identify the people whose help & co-operation you need, what is in it for them?
- Make a list of everything to do, obstacles to overcome, skills & people you need
- Organise your list into a plan, by sequence & priority (80:20 rule applies!)
- Begin to plan your life around your goals (day, week, month, year in advance!)
- Select your priority tasks for each day (number one priority “A” goal)
- Work 100% single mindedly on your “A” goal until its done, then move on to B
- Visualisation – imagine your goal as accomplished & emotionalise the picture
- Decide the single most important goal (1 0 to 15 Present Positive Personal goals,
“if I could only achieve one goal which one would it be?”)
- This goal is your major definite purpose, the organising principle of your life.
- Back your goals with persistence & determination (value failure as feedback)
Write down your three most important “income & career” goals (in 30 Seconds)
Write down your three most important “personal & family” goals (in 30 Seconds)
Write down your three most important “health & fitness” goals (in 30 Seconds)
Write down your three most important “self-improvement” goals (in 30 Seconds)
Write down your three most important “financial or net worth” goals (in 30 Seconds)
Write down your three most important goals in life – right now (in 30 Seconds)
Ten Goal Exercise
List of at least ten goals that you want to accomplish in the next year (Present tense, Positive & Personal
e.g. I am in a loving relationship with the perfect person & I am extremely happy):
Major Definite Purpose
If I could only achieve one Goal which one would it be? This is your “major definite purpose”. Write it out in detail:
My Major definite purpose is:
My deadline for achieving this goal is:
The obstacles I will have to overcome to achieve this goal are:
The additional knowledge & skills I will require to achieve this goal are:
The people whose help and cooperation I will require to achieve this goal are:
The one action I need to take immediately to achieve my goal is: /
“Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.” Thomas Jefferson
See it through – Dont Quit
- hold on
- keep going
- press on
- stand firm
- be determined
- be resolved
- be stubborn
- carry on
- go for broke
- go for it
- go on
- hang in
- hang tough
- hold fast
- keep driving
- keep on
- leave no stone unturned
- plug away
- see it through
- stay the course
- stick with it
- Work hard