GOLDEN RULE No1

IDENTIFY CLEARLY OBSTACLES (& EMBRACE THE PROCESS)

Take Action: Goals Step 3 – Your Action Plans

“When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal;
you do not change your decision to get there.” – Zig Ziglar

WHY AREN’T YOU ALREADY AT YOUR GOAL?

Identify the obstacles you will have to overcome to achieve your goal and identify the most important one, internal or external.
Success boils down to the ability to solve problems and remove obstacles along the way.
Fortunately, problem-solving is a skill you can master with practice.
It will help you achieve your goals faster than you ever thought possible

DOUBTS, LIMITING BELIEFS & DECISIONS

If your goals align with your values, and you know your personal values, then your doubts are well in check! And for that, you need to remember and live by your personal values.

Identify your limiting beliefs and decisions clearly.

For example, if there is a “should” in your sentence, that is a strong sign.

The LET GO exercises and FEAR SETTING exercises should help you tremendously.

We can address this with TimeLine Therapy.

LACK OF CONTROL & SYSTEMS (PROCESS & PROGRESSION)

You cannot predict the future (shocking!), but every time we set a goal, we kind of do.

We plan where we will be and when we will make it. We try to predict how quickly we can make progress, even though we have no idea what circumstances or situations will arise along the way – COVID-19 is the single best example of this lack of control.

So, what can we control?

Systems, tools, action plans, and we can also adapt them to the situations.

Setting goals gives you direction, short and long-term. It’s an idea of what you want. The process will provide the excitement, the joy, and the learnings, not the finish line (See Rule No. 2 about the Process and Rule No. 8 about the Practice.

Goals are great for planning our progress.

Systems (and practice) are suitable for MAKING progress.

Committing to a process will make a difference. Every time.

What about the law of attraction?

Since there is very little we control, setting up goals is asking “the universe” about something we would like but we are not clear about the HOW (or we are not specific enough – nor limiting it). So setting up goals is also to ask for it to happen simply: bring it to me on a silver platter … why not give it a try? It’s free!

THERE WILL BE SOME ROUGH SPOTS ON YOUR JOURNEY

Many can be anticipated; if you expect something, you can prepare to overcome it. So, think it through and make a complete list of all the things that can prevent you from succeeding. Let us review your list together!

“Obstacles cannot crush me. Every obstacle yields to stern resolve.
He who is fixed to a star does not change his mind.” – Leonardo da Vinci.