As we progress through our lives, we keep setting goals that we wish to achieve. Goal setting not only gives us a long term vision but achieving goals provides us with motivational boost to set even higher standards for ourselves. However, the irony is that some goals we accomplish while others we don’t.
How come the same person setting two different goals, get two different outcome?
The simple answer to that question is to remember “what state of mind” were you in, under both the situation that gave you opposite outcomes. Some thought provoking questions to get you pondering:
1. How was your physiology and psychology, when you achieved and when you failed?
2. What sort of language, you keep saying inside your head when you achieved and when you failed?
3. How focused were you when you achieved and when you failed?
Think about it!
Now, imagine, if you have a model which can help you lay down the steps in achieving any goal, will that be useful? I kid you not, I did create this simple model during the most challenging times of my life and it has worked wonders for me so far in achieving my goals. Take a look at the 3 powerful step:
is the first step for achieving any goal. The idea is to “g about the skills you need
to build & sharpen. This could be done through reading, listening,
watching, networking and attending seminars or workshops. You can also build
skills for your target goal, as you closely monitor & “ Why reinvent the wheel
when you can easily replicate the skills of champions who had similar goals.
Last but not the least, omeone who
is going to push your boundaries and have strong faith in your capability to
achieve your goals.
Building skills will not give you results unless you put them in practice. Knowledge is only latent power, Hence, once you built the skills, seek a practice ground, where you get to experience your abilities and get chance to “b Rights sort of environment with challenging competition will help you grow and excel. It also will provide you an opportunity to what’s not working what will work.
I have to admit that & together make up only 20% of the success in achieving your goal, which makes the worth of to be 80%. When you want to achieve that dream goal of yours, you are bound to feel confused as you will be getting information from so many different resources. As Clay Shirky rightly puts it “Its not information overload. Its filter failure”. It’s natural to feel confused but if you’re is to seek Lastly, your ability to carry a , no matter how great the odds are against you.