9 STASHED IDEAS
There is no one size fits all answer. Having the goal to be a billionaire might work for some (I really wouldn’t recommend it as it’s more of a dream than a goal anyway). For others, like Spur Planners for example, the goal is to help 1 million people improve their ability to reach their goals.
The best goals are those that mean something to you, that you have a real desire to achieve and a commitment that will drive you on when times get tough.
Consider the following: Passion, emotional connection, your strengths and finally, your values. Your goals need to align with these.
The point of goals is to help you focus on a change you want to make.
Making change in your life is the easiest thing to say and the hardest thing to do. Well set goals give you the road-map to achieve the change you want.
Then you can put in the Stepping Stones (check out spurplanners.com if you don't know what Stepping Stones are) to guide you action by action to your goals.
In very simple terms: What is the point of goals? To guide you step by step to live the life you want to lead.
Let’s break down how easy it really is to set simple goals that you can achieve;
You are all done. You have set simple goals.
Write down your big goal – e.g. I want to be fit enough to run 10km.
Break this down into smaller self contained goals such as;
Break each of those goals into simple daily tasks to complete. For building stamina these could be;
That big goal is now just a series of simple tasks.
I call this 'Stepping Stones'. Try it on any goal.
Improving your time management can be done in three simple steps.
Review - review how you spend your time now for at least a week. Any more than 5 minutes spent on an activity should be recorded.
Remove - remove or reduce any periods of unproductive time. This may be hours lost scrolling on social media or getting drawn into boxset marathons.
Replace - replace that unproductive time with focused blocks of activity to achieve your goals.
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