Writing Statements To Goal Realization

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Writing statements could not only help goal realization to come to the front, it can also help you build qualities that are necessary to reach goals. To help you develop qualities while working toward goal realization we can consider a test.

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Writing Statements To Goal Realization

  1. 1. WRITING STATEMENTS TO GOAL REALIZATION<br />Self Help Guide<br />Writing statements could not only help goal realization to come to the front, it can also help you build qualities that are necessary to reach goals. To help you develop qualities while working toward goal realization we can consider a test. <br />Try not to panic, since this test is simple. The test will compose of “I will” and will score according to your answer. <br />Test Score: <br />1 Point per statement: No, I never do this, or rarely is this true of me<br />2 Points per statement: rarely is this true <br />3 Points per Statement: the statement is true sometimes or at most half of the time<br />4 Points per statement: this is true most times <br />5 Points per Statement: this is true most all times, or at least the majority of time <br />Put a 1 to 5 in the box to the left, thus the first series of test is for motivation. The second is time, and memory. <br />Motivation Test: <br />____ I review my goals daily and feel motivated as I consider the details.<br />____ I know what I want from life and my goals<br />____ I take pleasure in learning new ideas and seeing how they apply to my goals<br />____ I take great interest in tasking high-priority efforts to achieve my goal<br />____ I put the low priorities to the back and work on the most important issues first <br />____I am happy of my efforts already completed to achieve my goals<br />____I am happy with my progression to move ahead<br />____I am in control of my life and thinking <br />____I control my financial situations and have a budget setup to reach my goals<br />____I am excited at the goals I set for self and assure that I can reach the goals<br />____I am clear of the path leading to my goal<br />____Total Score Points for Motivation. <br />Time Test: <br />___On occasions I improve my goals, both long and short-term goals<br />___I use resources often to achieve my goals<br />___I have a support team to help me reach my goals <br />___Each day I plan to reach my goals <br />___I have a work schedule, which includes activities, vacations, family time, and the like<br />___Each day I place priorities at the top of my schedule to complete first <br />___Often I review my plans to look for potholes <br />___I plan my activities, entertainment and recreation time around my goal plans<br />___I adjust my timing often to make room for my plans and goals <br />___I work a daily plan to make time for all demands in my life without interfering with my goals<br />___Total Time Scoring<br />Memory Test: <br />___I have the ability to relate with new ideas from my experience, learning, etc. <br />___I am self-assured and confident that I can recall or remember details of my goals each day<br />___I have ability to ponder or brainstorm when I cannot recall details <br />___I can remember names<br />___Important information is easy and clear for me to remember <br />___After reading, listening, hearing I can recall and remember details and can summarize the details<br />___Under stress I can remember what to do <br />___I employ tactics that help me each day to remember <br />___Memory Test Scoring: <br />Now add up your total scores and review the information. As you review the information, consider areas you can improve. Once you review, analyze areas that you will need resources to improve your scores. Each week take the test again to see how much improvement you have achieved. Acknowledge the information to see how building abilities, skills, and qualities can help you reach goal realization. In conclusion, knowing self is a start to goal realization. <br />Richard Butler is a trained life and business coach and offers coaching from $30 per hour online.<br />He runs the successful life coaching site:www.RichardButlerTheSuccessCoach.com <br />For more motivational material sign up free at:www.FocusAndMotivation.com <br />

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