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It happens when we take ownership of something and it becomes “ours,” thereby integrating it into our sense of identity.
When we take ownership of something–an item, an idea or a goal–we are more committed to it
Rate these areas of your life on a scale from 1 to 5 and plot it on your Goal Wheel. (1 being extremely dissatisfied, 5 being extremely satisfied)
When we take ownership of something, we work to keep it.
This step is about owning your intention. Look at your Goal Wheel and set an intention for that area.
Write down the skills, process or methods you need to achieve the outcomes in Step #2
Answer these questions truthfully in your Goal Worksheet:
When you know what our blockers are, you can work to plan around them.
Is the act of selecting a target or objective you wish to achieve.
Goal setting is not only about choosing the rewards you want to enjoy, but also the costs you are willing to pay to achieve your goals.
Writing down your goals will enable you to see and celebrate your progress.
Not seeing progress is discouraging. Written goals enable you to see how far you have come and how far you need to go. They also provide an opportunity for celebration when you attain them.