CanFitPro Goal Setting For Success

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  • 1. GOALS How To Set Them How To Make Them Happen
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  • 4. It is now CanFitPro 2012 and you are walking down the street and bump into yourself!
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  • 6. Why Goals ?
  • 7.
    • Harvard class of 1979
      • 3% had written goals and action plans
      • 13 % had goals
      • 84% had none
    • In 1989
      • The 13% earned as much as the 84%
      • The 3% earned 10x the 97%
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  • 9. So if they work, why don’t we set them?
    • Don’t think its worthwhile.
    • Don’t know how to set them.
    • Don’t know how to implement them.
    • Fear they may fail.
    • Fear others may criticise them if they fail
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    • The 7 Step Plan to Goal Achievement:
    • 1. Write a SMART goal(s) for your life – all aspects!
    • S Specific You must clearly define the goal in specific terms.
    • M Measurable You must be able to measure your goal, so at to determine if you have been successful.
    • A Attainable You must believe that you can attain or reach your goal.
    • R Realistic Your goal must fall into the realms of realism. It has to conform to the natural laws of life.
    • T Tangible Using your senses, you must be able to touch, taste,
    • feel, see or hear it
    • "Many people have a good aim in life,
    • but for some reason they never pull the trigger!"
  • 12.
    • Set the reward that excites you
    • Your reward will help you pass through the fear of failure. Any time you start having second thoughts or questioning what you are doing
    • “ Always take the reward when it is due: when the goal has been achieved. Never take if it isn't due!”
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    • 3. Identify any potential obstacles & set strategies to overcome these obstacles
    • “ You must have long range goals
    • to keep you from being frustrated by short range failures!"
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    • 4. List your Action Steps
    • Q: What is the easiest way to eat an elephant?
        • Prioritised
        • Clearly defined
        • Identify any help / training required
        • A target date set
        • Ticked on completion
    • "Goals without time limits are only wishes"
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    • Write a positive affirmation to support your goal in the conscious & subconscious
    • An affirmation is a positive, present tense statement that supports what you are trying to achieve.
    • The quality of your affirmation is important. An OK affirmation includes the goal or the reward and includes “Yes”
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    • 6. Reading the goal, repeating the affirmation out loud, visualising the goal, and visualising the reward with all your senses at least twice a day.
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    • 7. Celebrate success!
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    • What barriers are keeping you back:
    • What negative thoughts are in the back of you mind?  What is that wee small voice in your head saying:
      • “ You're not good enough.”
      • “ You don't have enough talent.”
      • “ You don't have enough education/training.”
    • Don't accept it. Don't listen to it. Forge ahead. 
    • Turn those negative thoughts into positive actions generating phenomenal results.
    • Surround yourself with positive people
  • 19.
    • The Roger Bannister Story
    • 6 th May 1954 – the first sub 4 minute mile run by Bannister
    • 46 days later – John Landy ran a sub 4 minute mile
    • End of 1957 – 16 runner logged a sub 4 minute mile
    • To date – Over 955 runners run sub 4 minute miles . . . 4800+ times!
    • "My body had long since exhausted all its energy, but it went on  running just the same. The physical overdraft came  only from greater willpower.”
  • 20.
    • Think BIG.
    • Set challenging GOALS.
    • Enlist the SUPPORT you need.
    • OVERCOME your inertia.
    • CHOOSE your beliefs
    • BUILD Optimism
    • MAKE your life.
  • 21.
    • "It's the ability to take more out of yourself than you've got.”
    • Roger Bannister
  • 22. Justin Tamsett B.Ed (Phys & Health Education) Feel free to contact JT: [email_address] o r 0438 015 677 Follow JT on Twitter: @JTActiveMgmt To read JT’s blog: www.justintamsett.com Become an Active Management Fan on Facebook: www.facebook.com/activemanagement And for more information on Active Management helping your business go to: www.activemgmt.com.au "What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others." Pericles