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Goal Setting Workshop 2016

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Watch the full workshop video here: http://bit.ly/goalsetting2016rp
At the beginning of 2016, I gave a workshop on how to set your goals for 2016, how to define them and make an actionable plan to achieve them.

Do you want to make sure 2016 will be all you want it to be? Read the slides, watch the workshop and enjoy.
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Goal Setting Workshop 2016

  1. 1. Goal Setting Workshop 2016
  2. 2. Why you need to set goals Why most people fail. How to choose the right goals Define your goals Make your plan Follow through with your goal
  3. 3. Why you need to set goals
  4. 4. Goals give you long-term vision and short-term motivation .
 It focuses your acquisition of knowledge, and helps you to organize your time and your resources so that you can make the very most of your life.
  5. 5. Tell You What You Truly Want Propel You Forward Keeps you focused Help you Live Life To The Fullest Goals Transform big problems into small obstacles Makes it easier to make decisions Goals Hold You Accountable For Failure
  6. 6. This is why most people fail.
  7. 7. Bad goal definition Fail to choose the right goals Not important enough They leave it to chance (don’t plan) They don’t share their goals They don’t set milestones They don’t think of the work They are unrealistic
  8. 8. How to choose the right goals
  9. 9. First Step: 
 Take an A4 blank page / notepad. Don’t use your computer
  10. 10. Second Step:
 Create a table with 2-3 categories *
  11. 11. *You can use one of two methods: 1. 2 categories: 1. Personal 2. Work 2. 3 categories: 1. What do you want to own 2. What do you want to be 3. What you want to do
  12. 12. Third Step: 
 create a list of everything you think
 you want to do / achieve in 2016. No Filters.
  13. 13. Choose only 3 goals for each category
  14. 14. Tips on how to choose your goals: 1. What do you really want to achieve 2. Choose a goal to create a journey * 3. Make sure your goal excites you 4. Performance vs. outcome goals: 5. Select them for the right reasons * Additional Guiding questions: 1. How do I want to spend my time? 2. What daily activities make me want to leap out of bed? 3. What do I want to learn? 4. Who do I want to hang out with? Talk with? Collaborate with?
  15. 15. Define your goals
  16. 16. Make your goals SMART
  17. 17. Specific - Measurable - Attainable - Relevant - Time Bound: SMART
  18. 18. Specific: A specific goal will usually answer the five Ws (What, Why, Who, Where, and Which). Writing specific objectives fleshes out your goal so you can easily identify what you want to accomplish. Measurable: If your goal isn’t measurable, there will be no way to know if you’re making progress. You need to address the question, “How will I know when this is accomplished?” Attainable: Your goal must be something that you can realistically attain. I would love to fly like a bird by jumping off a cliff with no parachute, but gravity would have the last word in that interaction. However, learning to jump off a cliff with a hang glider is more realistic. Relevant: If your goal doesn’t mean anything to you, then it isn’t worth pursuing. Tie your goals to your deeper values to give them more meaning. Make sure you are behind the goal 100% so you stay motivated to achieve it. Time Bound: You need to have a deadline. Otherwise it’s just a dream that never becomes reality. Putting down a deadline makes you more committed to bringing it to fruition.
  19. 19. Use positive language in your goals Write them in a way there is only one meaning to it.
  20. 20. Spend more time with my family: 1. Coming back home at 18:30 at least 3 times a week 2. Don’t work on Weekends 3. Not check my emails on family time A well set goal:
  21. 21. A well set goal: Learn new things: 1. Watch a TED talk everyday 2. Do one Udemy course a month 3. Read
  22. 22. Make a plan
  23. 23. If you don’t plan, you won’t follow through
  24. 24. Planning your way towards the goals: Break it down into little bits Make an actual actionable plan to get it Share to be held accountable Set milestones Set checkpoints Add stakes If the goal doesn’t work - change it
  25. 25. Follow through with your goal
  26. 26. Tools Stakes Reminders Pair up
  27. 27. Tools coach.me | Way Of Life
  28. 28. Stakes A friend | stickk.com
  29. 29. Reminders Set calendar reminders to check your progress
  30. 30. Pair up Find a friend you can talk weekly
 and follow up on each other’s progress
  31. 31. Every second is unique and holds the potential to be everything and nothing at the same time. The fact that you are one thing at this second, doesn’t mean you have to be consistent in the next second. Every second, you get the chance to reinvent yourself
  32. 32. Good Luck!

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