Setting and AchievingBig Goals and Dreams Webinar Presentation, December 19, 2012                   Joe Tye, CEO and Head ...
If you have questionsthat I did not address inthis webinar, send me anemail and I’ll respond:          joe@joetye.com     ...
Key goals of thiswebinar*….     *And all in 60 minutes!                          3
Goal #1Describe the concept ofMemories of the Future™and explain why they canbe more real thanmemories of the past.     4
Goal #2Help you articulate yourgoal so clearly that itinspires you and othersto do the work necessaryto make it happen.   ...
Goal #3Share practical strategiesfor creating Memories ofthe Future and forovercoming Resistancethat stands in their way. ...
Goal #4Help you cultivate anunstoppable sense ofbelief in your dreams andin your ability to makethem real.                7
Goal #5Inspire you to think bigand act with courage anddetermination to achieveyour most authenticgoals and dreams.       ...
Part 1Defining yourdestination – andyour destiny                    9
Core Action Value #1 is AuthenticityIf you know who youare then you willknow what to do.                                  ...
Core Action Value #7 is PurposeWhat is yourone Big Why?                                  11
Detlev von Platen, CEO ofPorsche Cars North America
Two key lessons                  14
#1. Know what you want                         15
#2. Be willing to ask –and to ask audaciously!** After all, the guy’s  already got lots of  Porsches – he’d  hardly miss j...
He said…           17
18
“When I was young I saidI wanted to grow up andbe somebody…”                          19
“Now I know I shouldhave been more specific.”                        20
#3. Make sure you areasking for the right thing(don’t chase what youdon’t really want anddon’t want what youknow you can’t...
Part 2Creating Memoriesof the Future                22
“It’s a poor sort ofmemory that onlyworks backward.”          - Lewis Carroll                       23
You can remember thefuture more clearly andmore accurately than youcan remember the past.                          24
The differencebetween wishfulthinking andpositive thinking…                     28
Wishful thinking ishoping for something andwaiting for someone elseto make it happen.                           29
“If I won the lottery.”                          30
Positive thinking isexpecting something andworking to make ithappen.                       31
The Wal-Mart in PageArizona was a reality insomeone’s mind before thefirst shovelful of dirt wasgauged out of the earth.  ...
On a metal desk inBentonville, Arkansasthere was a plan, aschedule, a blueprint,and a budget…                         35
That new Super Wal-Martwas a reality in the mindof the person sitting atthat desk long before thepeople of Page saw itspri...
37
Wear your Dream next toyour heart                      38
Five times every morningand two things every day.                        39
A dream 20 years in the makingwas realized yesterday
A Memory of the Futurecreates healthy cognitivedissonance                         41
42
Imagination is the powerwe are given to visualizea future that is somehowdifferent than the past.                         ...
But most of us abuse thisgift of imagination in twoways…                         44
Worry is imagining afuture that we do notwant to see come about                         45
Fantasy is dreaming of afuture that we have nointention of working tocreate                           46
47
Imagination is like anyother muscle – it getsstronger when you use itand atrophies when youdon’t                          48
Anxiety is the mortalfoe of imagination
When you are in the thrallof anxiety (looking outthrough the doom glasses)you don’t see the world asit is, you see it as y...
Three bad things happenwhen you in the thrall ofanxiety…
Bad Thing #1Memory is distorted: pastsuccesses seem small andinsignificant while pastfailures seem huge andcertain to be r...
Bad Thing #2Perception is distorted: thedangers facing you areblown out of proportionwhile you underestimatethe resources ...
Bad Thing #3Vision is distorted: youcannot see the possibilitiesfor a great outcomebecause you are so fixatedon images of ...
The Performance-Anxiety Curve
The 6-As forcreating Memoriesof the Future                56
1. AspireYou gotta want it –without ambition wewould all still be huntingand gathering.                         57
2. AdumbrateYou start with a vagueimage of your dream andgradually evolve it intodetailed goals.                          ...
3. ArticulateYou need to describeyour dream in a way thatothers can see it.                       59
4. ActAction transforms fearinto fire; accumulation ofmany small actions yieldsbig results.                         60
5. AskThe Aladdin Factor isasking the right questionof the right personat the right time.                        61
6. AdaptBecause, as von Moltkesaid, no plan survivescontact with the enemy.                          62
Part 3Setting andAchieving BigGoals                63
Five “power tools” thathaving a Big Goal givesyou                          64
A magnifying glass thatfocuses your energy                          65
A magnet that attractspeople and resources                         66
A telescope that allowsyou to “see” your idealfuture                          67
A spark plug thatcatalyzes action                    68
A flywheel that maintainsyour momentum throughthe inevitable obstaclesand detours                           69
When you settle foranemic dreams and goals,you cheat yourself – andyou cheat us by notgiving us your very best.           ...
Part 4Overcoming innerobstacles andouter setbacks                   73
The Pyramid of Self-Belief
Challenge self-limitingassumptions, andnegative self-talk                          81
Tuesday’s PromiseI will not allow low self-esteem,self-limiting beliefs, or thenegativity of others to preventme from achi...
The Will to Fail                   83
84
Wednesday’s PromiseI will do the things I’m afraid todo but which I know should bedone. Sometimes this willmean asking for...
Part 5Visualization andRealization                    86
Process visualizationis a verb                        87
Confidence comes frombeing able to see yourselfdoing something                         88
Outcome visualizationis a noun                    89
CaveatYou really cannot “beginwith the end in mind” –because “the end” is justa mid-point – one ofmany to come.           ...
91
Think Big            92
Start Small              93
Start Now            94
Stop procrastinating                       95
Procrastination ispostponing today intotomorrow so that you endup always living underthe shadow of yesterday.             ...
97
The Power of thePrototype                   98
A simple daily exercise:write your own horoscopeevery day…                           99
Why would you trust a totalstranger with something asimportant as your horoscope?
Core Action Value #8 is VisionDream a big dream,make it a memory ofthe future, and expecta miracle.                       ...
Every great accomplishmentwas once the “impossibledream” of a dreamer whosimply refused to quit whenthings got tough.     ...
Expect a miracle: butdon’t give the universe adeadline!                        103
If today’s webinar washelpful and you want tomaintain your momentumthrough 2013…                          106
Two Values Coach webinarbundles – one for you andone for your organization.Webinar Bundle Website                         ...
Bundle #1: Personal and Professional Success StrategiesEssential strategies for overcoming inner blocks and barriers,achie...
Bundle #2: Leadership and Cultural Transformation StrategiesStrategies to build a culture of ownership and promote a morep...
Next webinar – Wednesday, January 16Special bonus items include the Winning theWar with Yourself Field Manual             ...
Happy Holidays and BestWishes for Achieving YourHighest Goals and DreamsDuring 2013!               Joe        111
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
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Joe Tye Webinar on Setting and Achieving Big Goals
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  1. 1. Setting and AchievingBig Goals and Dreams Webinar Presentation, December 19, 2012 Joe Tye, CEO and Head Coach Values Coach Inc. Copyright © 2012, Values Coach Inc.
  2. 2. If you have questionsthat I did not address inthis webinar, send me anemail and I’ll respond: joe@joetye.com 2
  3. 3. Key goals of thiswebinar*…. *And all in 60 minutes! 3
  4. 4. Goal #1Describe the concept ofMemories of the Future™and explain why they canbe more real thanmemories of the past. 4
  5. 5. Goal #2Help you articulate yourgoal so clearly that itinspires you and othersto do the work necessaryto make it happen. 5
  6. 6. Goal #3Share practical strategiesfor creating Memories ofthe Future and forovercoming Resistancethat stands in their way. 6
  7. 7. Goal #4Help you cultivate anunstoppable sense ofbelief in your dreams andin your ability to makethem real. 7
  8. 8. Goal #5Inspire you to think bigand act with courage anddetermination to achieveyour most authenticgoals and dreams. 8
  9. 9. Part 1Defining yourdestination – andyour destiny 9
  10. 10. Core Action Value #1 is AuthenticityIf you know who youare then you willknow what to do. 10
  11. 11. Core Action Value #7 is PurposeWhat is yourone Big Why? 11
  12. 12. Detlev von Platen, CEO ofPorsche Cars North America
  13. 13. Two key lessons 14
  14. 14. #1. Know what you want 15
  15. 15. #2. Be willing to ask –and to ask audaciously!** After all, the guy’s already got lots of Porsches – he’d hardly miss just one. 16
  16. 16. He said… 17
  17. 17. 18
  18. 18. “When I was young I saidI wanted to grow up andbe somebody…” 19
  19. 19. “Now I know I shouldhave been more specific.” 20
  20. 20. #3. Make sure you areasking for the right thing(don’t chase what youdon’t really want anddon’t want what youknow you can’t have). 21
  21. 21. Part 2Creating Memoriesof the Future 22
  22. 22. “It’s a poor sort ofmemory that onlyworks backward.” - Lewis Carroll 23
  23. 23. You can remember thefuture more clearly andmore accurately than youcan remember the past. 24
  24. 24. The differencebetween wishfulthinking andpositive thinking… 28
  25. 25. Wishful thinking ishoping for something andwaiting for someone elseto make it happen. 29
  26. 26. “If I won the lottery.” 30
  27. 27. Positive thinking isexpecting something andworking to make ithappen. 31
  28. 28. The Wal-Mart in PageArizona was a reality insomeone’s mind before thefirst shovelful of dirt wasgauged out of the earth. 34
  29. 29. On a metal desk inBentonville, Arkansasthere was a plan, aschedule, a blueprint,and a budget… 35
  30. 30. That new Super Wal-Martwas a reality in the mindof the person sitting atthat desk long before thepeople of Page saw itspring out of the ground! 36
  31. 31. 37
  32. 32. Wear your Dream next toyour heart 38
  33. 33. Five times every morningand two things every day. 39
  34. 34. A dream 20 years in the makingwas realized yesterday
  35. 35. A Memory of the Futurecreates healthy cognitivedissonance 41
  36. 36. 42
  37. 37. Imagination is the powerwe are given to visualizea future that is somehowdifferent than the past. 43
  38. 38. But most of us abuse thisgift of imagination in twoways… 44
  39. 39. Worry is imagining afuture that we do notwant to see come about 45
  40. 40. Fantasy is dreaming of afuture that we have nointention of working tocreate 46
  41. 41. 47
  42. 42. Imagination is like anyother muscle – it getsstronger when you use itand atrophies when youdon’t 48
  43. 43. Anxiety is the mortalfoe of imagination
  44. 44. When you are in the thrallof anxiety (looking outthrough the doom glasses)you don’t see the world asit is, you see it as you are.
  45. 45. Three bad things happenwhen you in the thrall ofanxiety…
  46. 46. Bad Thing #1Memory is distorted: pastsuccesses seem small andinsignificant while pastfailures seem huge andcertain to be repeated.
  47. 47. Bad Thing #2Perception is distorted: thedangers facing you areblown out of proportionwhile you underestimatethe resources you have.
  48. 48. Bad Thing #3Vision is distorted: youcannot see the possibilitiesfor a great outcomebecause you are so fixatedon images of doom.
  49. 49. The Performance-Anxiety Curve
  50. 50. The 6-As forcreating Memoriesof the Future 56
  51. 51. 1. AspireYou gotta want it –without ambition wewould all still be huntingand gathering. 57
  52. 52. 2. AdumbrateYou start with a vagueimage of your dream andgradually evolve it intodetailed goals. 58
  53. 53. 3. ArticulateYou need to describeyour dream in a way thatothers can see it. 59
  54. 54. 4. ActAction transforms fearinto fire; accumulation ofmany small actions yieldsbig results. 60
  55. 55. 5. AskThe Aladdin Factor isasking the right questionof the right personat the right time. 61
  56. 56. 6. AdaptBecause, as von Moltkesaid, no plan survivescontact with the enemy. 62
  57. 57. Part 3Setting andAchieving BigGoals 63
  58. 58. Five “power tools” thathaving a Big Goal givesyou 64
  59. 59. A magnifying glass thatfocuses your energy 65
  60. 60. A magnet that attractspeople and resources 66
  61. 61. A telescope that allowsyou to “see” your idealfuture 67
  62. 62. A spark plug thatcatalyzes action 68
  63. 63. A flywheel that maintainsyour momentum throughthe inevitable obstaclesand detours 69
  64. 64. When you settle foranemic dreams and goals,you cheat yourself – andyou cheat us by notgiving us your very best. 70
  65. 65. Part 4Overcoming innerobstacles andouter setbacks 73
  66. 66. The Pyramid of Self-Belief
  67. 67. Challenge self-limitingassumptions, andnegative self-talk 81
  68. 68. Tuesday’s PromiseI will not allow low self-esteem,self-limiting beliefs, or thenegativity of others to preventme from achieving myauthentic goals and becomingthe person I am meant to be. 82
  69. 69. The Will to Fail 83
  70. 70. 84
  71. 71. Wednesday’s PromiseI will do the things I’m afraid todo but which I know should bedone. Sometimes this willmean asking for help to do thatwhich I cannot do by myself. 85
  72. 72. Part 5Visualization andRealization 86
  73. 73. Process visualizationis a verb 87
  74. 74. Confidence comes frombeing able to see yourselfdoing something 88
  75. 75. Outcome visualizationis a noun 89
  76. 76. CaveatYou really cannot “beginwith the end in mind” –because “the end” is justa mid-point – one ofmany to come. 90
  77. 77. 91
  78. 78. Think Big 92
  79. 79. Start Small 93
  80. 80. Start Now 94
  81. 81. Stop procrastinating 95
  82. 82. Procrastination ispostponing today intotomorrow so that you endup always living underthe shadow of yesterday. 96
  83. 83. 97
  84. 84. The Power of thePrototype 98
  85. 85. A simple daily exercise:write your own horoscopeevery day… 99
  86. 86. Why would you trust a totalstranger with something asimportant as your horoscope?
  87. 87. Core Action Value #8 is VisionDream a big dream,make it a memory ofthe future, and expecta miracle. 101
  88. 88. Every great accomplishmentwas once the “impossibledream” of a dreamer whosimply refused to quit whenthings got tough. 102
  89. 89. Expect a miracle: butdon’t give the universe adeadline! 103
  90. 90. If today’s webinar washelpful and you want tomaintain your momentumthrough 2013… 106
  91. 91. Two Values Coach webinarbundles – one for you andone for your organization.Webinar Bundle Website 107
  92. 92. Bundle #1: Personal and Professional Success StrategiesEssential strategies for overcoming inner blocks and barriers,achieving your most important goals and dreams, and becomingthe person you are meant to be. And when everyone in a workunit takes these strategies to heart, you will dramatically raisethe performance potential of the organization. $89 for all four webinars plus bonus resources if you register by January 11 108
  93. 93. Bundle #2: Leadership and Cultural Transformation StrategiesStrategies to build a culture of ownership and promote a morepositive and productive workplace environment, including thepersonal leadership skills required to inspire people to want tohelp make it happen. $89 for all four webinars plus bonus resources if you register by January 11 109
  94. 94. Next webinar – Wednesday, January 16Special bonus items include the Winning theWar with Yourself Field Manual 110
  95. 95. Happy Holidays and BestWishes for Achieving YourHighest Goals and DreamsDuring 2013! Joe 111

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