10 Steps in How To Set Powerful Goals ⚡
You can set powerful goals…to help answer this question ⤵️⤵️
“How am I going to live today in order to create the tomorrow I’m committed to?”
~ Anthony Robbins
If you want to set powerful goals, you first need to research your dreams to learn if they’re achievable and how to reach them. Make your goals challenging, yet possible for you to get done.
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#1 Matching Your Core Values in Helping to Set Powerful Goals
When you set powerful goals and align with your core values, you’ll more likely achieve them. If you’re struggling with reaching certain goals, see if they truly fit with your values.
Examples of Core Values
- Steadfastness (Staying steady towards your goal).
These are also going to help you keep your focus.
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#2 Be in Control
Any goal that you control 100% is a goal you can reach.
To reach those goals is to work your plan. Goals are a significant part of your plan.
#3 Envision the Goal
If you can’t see the end result, it will be difficult to achieve your goal. Write out your vision for that goal so you review it daily. Even taking just 10 minutes to review your goal daily really helps!
- Be specific.
- See and deeply feel what you want.
- Let it go even as you work towards that goal – Don’t become attached to it.
- Write out what will help you overcome challenges – ones you know of and ones that pop up as you’re moving forward.
Keep focused on what you’re doing and what you want to be done.
#5 Every goal you make needs to be very specific in nature.
Instead of saying “I want to start a business,” state exactly what type of business you want to start, who you want to be your clients, and other information that makes the goal more concrete.
#6 Be Measurable
At which point have you achieved the goal? If you can’t give a number or something that is measurable, then you won’t have a real goal. If you want to use the business example, you might include that you want to earn x amount of dollars each week by a certain date and then how and why you are going to do it.
#7 Be Actionable
To achieve any goal there have to be steps that you can take to get there. Like using a map to reach a destination that you want to go to on vacation, you need to draw a map to your vision of success with the steps and paths you’ll take along the way. Put not only what but when, and how you’ll accomplish the step.
- Share your goal with others – It helps so much to be held accountable.
For me, I know that I needed and always love having HELP & ACCOUNTABILITY from a coach I trust!
- Working with my clients also holds me accountable! Because I know I have to get it done for them! And I have fun teaching and sharing with them as I see the ‘ah-ha’ moments.
- Even being a part of a group asking for help in being held accountable
#8 Be Realistic
You don’t want to write a goal that is too hard to achieve or worse, impossible. Be sure that it’s logically possible to do it by researching everything realistically. For example, you’re not likely going to start a business today and earn six figures by tomorrow or even the first year in business. Look at the research and determine what is doable and how you’ll do it.
- Then Get Organized
- Set 2 minutes goals
- Take 1-minute action steps
- Maybe your action steps are taking 5 minutes to write out your To-Do List
- Take 2 minutes to review
Break your goals into smaller, more controllable convenient steps. With short notes as to why you want to achieve this and when you want it done by.
Implementing Pareto’s 80-20 rule is a secret of doing more with less efforts put into growing your business. It’s really about learning what things are more important than others. And targeting a narrowed down number of very important goals.
#9 Be Timely
Every goal has to have a time limit otherwise you may never achieve it. Start with the end and work your way back to today, creating the list of things to do each day to finally reach the end result. But, do set a time limit. You can adjust as you get into the project if it works to be more realistic but resist the urge to change the time because you’re not sticking to your task lists.
#10 Believe in Yourself
If you use this method to create powerful goals that you can achieve, you will not experience a lot of failure because you can always adjust your timeline and your goals as you learn more. The important thing is to give each goal a lot of thought, consideration and study before setting it.
The truth is… if you’re not clean-cut and clear on your personal vision and goals, it will be very easy to get off track and let your focus drift. I know this from personal experience. I’ll bet you do to0!❤️