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Goal Setting is for Amateurs!

January 9, 2018

As January passes, all the goals are set, written down and posted.  Are you going to be among the 8% that are consistent and reach your goals?  Or, do you almost expect yourself to press forward until about March?  At which time you will no longer focus on doing those small new habits everyday that will lead you to your aspirations. 


If you would like to be among the 8%, click the link below to read on ...


Goal Achieving is for Winners!


Congratulations!  You are already among the 25% that are interested in continuous learning! 

That is a great first step in achieving your goals.


I am going to share with you my system for achieving goals.  This is completely personal, and I don’t share this with many people.  Some of my clients that have worked with me on goal setting/achieving and my personal Master Mind Partners have done this have seen great results.  As for me, I have used this system for the past 4-6 years, tweaking it as I go, with amazing results.


We are focusing here on ACHIEVING GOALS, not setting goals.  For the purposes of this discussion, we will assume you have already set SMART Goals.  By starting here, you give yourself the best possible advantage moving forward.  


Not sure where to start setting SMART Goals?  Let's get started, email me today!




Starting with my 3 Top Three Yearly Goals (focusing on too many will cause you to focus on none – so three is a manageable number), I create Monthly Goals, break those down into Weekly Goals.  From here I begin every week with the same routine.  I do this on Sundays – either in the morning with coffee or in the evening – what matters is that you give yourself about 30 minutes to concentrate.  As you get more proficient at this, it gets quicker. 


Here is how it looks ...


I write my Top Three Yearly Goals (TTYG) using what ever planner I am currently using.  I then decide what for each goal do I need to accomplish this month, choosing 3 things for each goal per month.  Keep in mind your calendar and what you already have planned.  There is no sense in setting yourself up for failure here. This is the fine line between pushing yourself and over-scheduling.  Learn to know the difference.


So, you see, once you have done this at the start of the month, you just write your TTYG and your 9 Monthly Goals throughout the month – already saving you time on your Sunday!


Here comes the exciting part – this is where you consistently see movement toward your goals!  Review wha