Have you been following my earlier blogs this month?
They’re all about working out your goals for 2020. If you haven’t seen them, you can check back on them in the below order so you get maximum value from this one:
So, once you’ve got your goals, you need to get really clear on them. Pick one that’s maybe your most important goal for 2020. What is the specific date on which you’ll have achieved this goal?
Use your imagination!
Imagine that it’s that date right now and you’ve achieved that goal. This step is really important in getting yourself motivated to achieve the goal, so give yourself time.
How does it feel? Are you proud of yourself?
What do you see in your life? As well as the things to do with the actual goal, do you see a smile on your face when you look in the mirror? How do you see other people responding to your achievement?
What do you hear? What are you saying to yourself? What are other people saying to you?
What else do you notice now that you’ve achieved the goal?
The killer step for motivation
Many people don’t achieve their goals, or find the last step really difficult, because they have no goal beyond their goal.
So, while you’re still imagining having achieved that goal and all the great things you can see, hear and feel as a result, look ahead into the future. What can you now go on and achieve as a result of that?
Ready steady GO GET THAT GOAL!
If you’ve missed any of this month’s blogs, remember to check back on them here:
Come back next Monday morning, 10:30 am UK, to find out how to hit that GO button on your goals and get what you want in 2020.
In the meantime, if you’re celebrating, I wish you a Very Happy Christmas.
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