Goal Setting: A Simple But Effective Way to Set Goals
A Simple But Effective Way
to Set Goals
Write Your Goals Down
who write goals down are more
likely to accomplish them.
Make just a few goals at a time. No more
than 5 -7.
With too many goals, you will lose focus
and you may not accomplish any of them
Make Your Goals “SMART”
as much detail as you can.
I will create an online business team of 50
performance goals and not outcome
goals so you have as much control as
possible and you will know you reached
I will earn $5000 more this year than last
goal should start with an action
verb “ quit, run, finish, eliminate, etc.”
I will write in my gratitude journal every
goal should stretch you...go out of your
comfort zone but use common sense.
Don’t make it impossible to reach.
I will make a video 3 times a week. This is
attainable but making a video every day
Time Bound Goals
goal should have an end
date...when you plan to accomplish it.
I will lose 30 lbs. by Sept. 30, 2014
Review Your Goals Frequently
turns them into reality
Review them weekly
Ask yourself what is the next step I should
take to achieve this goal?
Let your goals inspire you to put things on
your daily task list that will move you closer
to your goals.
Share Your Goals
not with everyone! Share them
selectively…Do not put them on
Facebook or other social media.
Share with mentors, mastermind groups or
a good friend. Share with people who will
support you…not sabotage you.
Achieving Your Goals
you achieve a goal, enjoy the
satisfaction of success.
If the goal was significant, then reward
yourself with something you really
enjoy…dinner at a nice restaurant,
massage or a new outfit.
setting is a method of deciding what
you want to achieve in life
Goal setting helps you focus on what is
Goal setting motivates you
Goal setting builds your self-confidence