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Create Your Path to Success
What is the secret to realizing your goals? There are key steps that can ensure one's success in achieving goals. In this article, we walk the path together step by step to answer the key questions...
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Creating your path to success depends on walking on a firm foundation. Knowing WHAT you want is only the beginning. Visualizing what you want and repeating affirmations makes your intentions stronger. Yet, this is not enough. So what IS the secret to realizing your goals? Lets walk the path together. As we walk the path step by step, I encourage you to write the answers to these questions:
Step 1: Where are you now? What are your strengths, resources, and areas of improvement?
Step 2: What do you want to achieve? What is important to you? Money? Relationships? Having fun? Creating a vibrant body?
Use your imagination to explore. List everything you want without editing.
Step 3: What do you REALLY want? What lights you up and gets you excited? What is your hearts desire?
Step 4: Now explore the risks, obstacles, or challenges that could interfere with achieving these goals. Notice what is stopping you from having what you want now. This is the most powerful question to answer because it is how you sabotage yourself from success. By recognizing the challenges, obstacles or risks and addressing them in your Action Plan, you manage your productive tension to focus on your desired outcome.
Whats Stopping You?
Feelings of unworthiness?
Self-sabotaging mind talk?
Do you dress for success?
How is your love life? Do you regularly express your love to the significant relationships in your life?
Release negative people from your life
Release self pity Focus on gratitude instead. Make list of what is good in your life.
Attitude are you usually upbeat?
Health: attitude, energy, mental clarity, and overall well-being are all linked to good health. Health is supported by
Exercise: Pleasurable forms can include weight lifting, dance, belly dance, Tango, golf, tennis, jogging, walking, cycling, yoga, and many other forms.
Diet: Well balanced diet is best. Studies have shown that excessive protein creates health risks/issues.
Medical exams: Regular checkups help you know where you stand and how to get back on track if necessary.
Spiritual Life: Your spiritual life builds your foundation.
Complacency or Golden Handcuffs When we get too comfortable, we can set ourselves up to fail. If you are at the top, keep your edge and passion by giving yourself new challenges.
Do you have the passion to win or achieve a goal?
Step 5: Select your favorite goals and write an affirmation for each following this format:
I have/am/achieve specific goal stated in present tense by specific deadline.
State your goals in specific, measurable terms so you can recognize their achievement. Avoid the use of the words try, not, dont, cant, shouldnt
The mind does not hear the not and cannot produce results with try. An example of an affirmation is I achieve my monthly financial goal of $$$ easily by the 28th of every month. Another example of an affirmation is, This is my LUCKY day!
Step 6: Imagine yourself already having your goals accomplished. What do you see? What do you hear? What do you feel? What do you smell? What do you taste? Let yourself BE there now!
Step 7: Create an Action Plan to achieve your desired results. Be specific about every step required. The goals need to be compelling to be achievable.
Step 8: Reinforce your goals daily. Create a vision map with YOU in the picture and place it where you can see it daily. Record your affirmations in your voice and listen to them daily. Repeat your affirmations morning and night. Focus on what you desire.
Step 9: Be Accountable. Find a coach who you will allow to hold you accountable in a supportive way. Ultimately, accountability is the key to success. A coach supports you by inspiring pride and self-discipline. For best results, the coach is someone who has no attachment to the outcome. The coach walks the path with you but not for you.
Ultimately, your success depends on your ability to monitor and manage your level of productive tension.
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Creating Goals With A Plan Of Action
Many people often set goals for themselves, but they leave out one key step. Creating a goal plan! This article will discuss the importance of creating a goal plan.
If you have ever set goals before, but failed to achieve them, it may have been because you did not create a specific plan of action to accomplish those goals.
Taking the time to set goals is only part of the process of goal setting, and many people often overlook the other part, creating a plan!
Without a plan your goals remain incomplete. Its like having a destination but without a map. Your goals tell you where you want to go in life, and your plan tells you how to get there.
A goal plan is simply a list of scheduled activities that you will do sometime in the future. These may include activities done over a series of days, weeks, months or even years depending on the type of goal you set for yourself.
Your plan does not have to be completed perfectly the first time. Usually you will find that your first attempt at creating a goal plan will be vague and incomplete. Dont worry this is ok. Plans should be flexible and so are likely to be constantly updated as you move towards completing your primary goal.
In your plan you should therefore create a series of steps, you think you need in order to accomplish that goal. So think of it like baking a cake. Your ultimate goal is to make a cake (and eat it!), but the ingredients and the things you do with those ingredients are your plan. Once you complete the plan, you complete your goal.
Creating a goal plan is frequently overlooked, and many people discipline themselves to write their goals every day but create no plan! So make sure you take the time to decide where you want to go (your goals) and then create a plan that will tell you how to get there!
In addition to your goal plan it is also a good idea to use visualization to help clarify in your mind exactly what you want to achieve. This can simply involve thinking about your goals, and imaging them as completed when you go to bed. You can do this for about 10 minutes (or longer if you want) before you fall to sleep, and you will be surprised at what a difference it makes in achieving your goals. One of the main reasons visualization before sleep is so effective, is that it provides easy access to the subconscious mind. Thereby allowing you to program your goals into your mind, increasing the likelihood you will accomplish them.