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Strategies to help you set and accomplish goals. For both individuals and groups (businesses).

Strategies to help you set and accomplish goals. For both individuals and groups (businesses).

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  • How is it that certain people are living happy lives with seemingly no effort while you are struggling just to be happy? Are you scratching your head as to how you can live a better life in which stress is less? How do you set and reach goals? How do you stay motivated while reaching goals? What on earth is a goal and how do you come up with one? This presentation will give you a better understanding of goals, goal setting and getting the support you need in order to achieve those goals and stay on track.
  • Goals are something one has in mind to achieve. The path to achieving this goal is often difficult and littered with hurdles that may cause us to pause or steer us off course.Anyone can learn how to write a goal (and I will show you how later in this presentation). It is just achieving the goal that is oftentimes difficult.
  • Part of the process of writing a goal should include ‘what if” circumstances just in case something gets in the between you and your goal. Things do happen and it is better to be prepared for these times.

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  • 1. “Living The Good Life”
    Techniques to help you realistically live the life you’ve always wanted
  • 2. Goals and Goal Setting
    What is a goal?
    Can goals be changed?
    Rules of Goal setting
    What if I don’t reach my goal ?
  • 3. What is a goal?
    A goal is the object of a person’s ambition; an aim or a desired result (dictionary).
    It is a learned skill that can be learned by anyone.
    Small Goals vs. Big Goals
    All goals should be written down
  • 4. Composing a Goal
    Goals should begin with “To…”
    All goals must be dated
    Goals should be written to be changed, when necessary
    Once goals are accomplished, they should be checked off
  • 5. Goals are steps to something else, a larger goal– “The Bigger Picture”
    No goal by itself is the end.
    We should question and understand where each goal will lead.
  • 6. Rules of Goal-Setting
    Goals must be written down
    Goals must be dated
    Goal dates should be flexible
    Goal plans should always include obstacles and action steps
    All goals should be tracked
  • 7. Goals and Visions
    Visions are the “The Big Picture” your goals will lead you to
    Goals should be seen as “small steps” that will lead you to your vision/”Big Picture”
  • 8. Ask yourself: “Where are my goals going to take me?
    All goals are small steps towards your vision.
  • 9. Obstacles and Action Steps
  • 10. Obstacles do occur
    Action steps help you decide ahead of time what you will do during a “What If?” situation
    Preparedness helps you spend less time panicking
    Similar to being prepared for a natural disaster before the meterologist tells you one a storm is approaching.
  • 11. What is tracking?
  • 12. Tracking is monitoring your goals.
    Re-dating goals
    Checking off accomplished goals
    Daily progress check (workbook)
    Modifications
    Re-evaluations
    No tracking=Failure to reach goal!
  • 13. “Passive” vs. “Active” Goal