Understanding how to set goals is essential to achieving your personal best.
Stage #1 – Goal-Setting and Refining Your Goals
Every great endeavor starts with the notion that you want more of something. And, it often gets no further than that. There is a proven structure of how to set effective goals. If you have once thought “I want to increase my income” or “I want to lose weight” this process will show you a 9 step process that will clearly define what you are after, eliminate obstacles that could hold you back and detail out the action steps necessary to make your goal a reality.
What does success mean to you? Get clear on your most important business and personal goals. Many clients come to this workshop with a goal in mind, but often walk away from the workshop with an insight into a goal that is even more important to them. This shift in perspective cannot be gained alone. This workshop will provide clarity of why the results you are achieving are not at the level you desire and deserve.
Stage #2 – Developing Habits, Focus and Motivation
After you become clear on what it is you want to achieve, it is time to build the key ingredient that will make you successful. You are in charge of determining what habits you develop, but your habits are in charge of determining your results and the quality of your life. This workshop will help you determine what practices to cultivate to achieve your goals.
Just as a rocket ship must use most of its fuel to break out of the atmosphere, the same is true for breaking out of the gravitational pull of old, familiar habits. Ignite your desire to succeed, so that you can build and maintain these new habits.
Stage #3 – Execution
Do you feel overwhelmed with to-do’s and constantly having to put out fires? Once you are clear on your goals and what habits you need, the only thing that will hold you back is doing it. As simple as that sounds, it is the hardest part.
Learn how to increase your productivity and maximize the use of your time. Reduce your stress as you become more pro-active, having the ability to see problems before they become fires that you have to urgently react to.