Setting goals gives you a road map.

 Setting end goals gives you a road map as you work towards your goals.

What do you Really want to achieve in your lifetime?

Here are some main topic areas of your life to think on:

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Deciding on what you truly want can sometimes actually be very daunting. Setting vague goals is a no-no! Your goals must be very specific and defined. Wanting "more money" is not a very good goal.  A good powerful goal is stating a specific amount of money with knowing the reasons behind the want of the money.

The time spent brainstorming on these topics will pay off by providing you with a better understanding of what you truly want to achieve. Choose one or choose a few! The topics are all part of creating a life you will love. Be sure to select topics that are most important to you at this time in your life. 

It is best to be setting goals as a end goal. Make sure that your goals are very defined and clear on what it is you want to achieve. 

If you discover you have to many goals to begin with, go through your goals you have and repeat the brainstorming process again. This will help you decide on the most important goals to work towards at this time. 

You don't need to work on all your goals at once..."Rome wasn't built in a day".

The best goal to set, is the one that scares you the most!

Setting Overall Goals

Set goals for each of the following as well:

Weekly small goals for the bigger goal
A one-month from now goal
A six-month from now goal
A one-year list of major goals.
A five-year goal of major goals.

Consistency and Persistence  

Consistency and Persistence is key to reaching your goals. Make it a daily habit to review your goals and make intentions for the day that works towards them.

Having smaller short-term goals and with the use of a daily "To-Do List" will help you keep on track as you progress towards your major goals.

Goals are dreams with deadlines. - Diana Scharf

Staying on Course  

Life can get crazy! Life has a tendency to make your daily actions become habitual. Habitual habits are great as long as they are habits that move you towards your goal. 

Everyday can seem like a repeat of yesterday. This is why having short term goals and a "To Do List" is important. This helps keep your habitual habits ones that keep you moving forward towards your goal.

Become aware of what you are spending your time on. If you spend most of your time on things that move you towards your goal, you are on the right course. 

Every so often you should review your goals. As time goes by, things change. Your goals might not be what you are wanting anymore.  Re-adjust them to your ever-changing life. Finally make sure to review your plans more than once to ensure that they fit the way you want and need in order to live your life. 

What is a SMART Goal


S - specific
M - measurable 
A - Achievable
R - Relevant
T - Time Bound

Using SMART provides structure that helps ensure goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time bound. This is a good explainer video on SMART Goals .

A goal gives you the lens to see the future with clearer vision. - J.R. Rim

Guidelines to Setting Goals

Write your goal as if you already have it.
Be very clear and precise about what you want.
Set dates and times on your goals.
Write all your goals down. Even the silly ones. 
Date your goals when you write them.
Use a "To Do List" everyday to help you stay focused on your goals.

Achieving Your Goals

When you achieve your goals, take the time to enjoy your success! Reward yourself! 

This goes for all your smaller goals as well. 

It is important to reward yourself even when you hit your small goals. Just have different rewards for your small and major goals. 

Rewarding yourself helps confirm yourself, that you are on the right path.

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Whats Inside...

Why settings goals is so important to reaching success - no matter what you're trying to achieve.
Exactly what's stopping you from setting goals
The steps you need to take in order to set goals that are achievable.
The types of goals you should create. It's not just as simple as writing a list of goals.

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