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Making Goals and Achieving Them

We all could do with making goals easier to reach in our life. Why struggle or work harder when there are better ways to make your mark in the world?

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I thought about this when I was watching an under-age soccer match at the weekend. The team I was watching was an under 13’s team and they play against an under 14’s team because they want their players to experience a tougher environment and help them learn from the experience. Plus they are apparently too good for their own age group so it makes sense.

One of the players on the under 13 team just turned 12 years old this year. Making goals and achieving them has never been a problem for this young kid. He has won a lot of competitions in his own age group and his family felt that this year; he needed a new challenge in his soccer career. The young kid felt the same. Sometimes when we are at a certain level, we need to reach a higher one in case we pick up bad habits. Like, if we start off in a new role and within a few months we become so good at that role it becomes boring.

Making goals and sticking to them can be a challenge, but not for this kid. It would have been easy to stay where he was but he decided to change teams to develop his skills and play at a higher level than before. A fresh environment can do this for us when we need to step it up a little.

Anyway, I watched his second game of the season on Saturday and he did very well. The team won 4-1 and he set up three goals. The perfect game some might say. But goals are always about continuous improvement aren’t they?

When the kid is in his own age group, he is physically as big as any of the other players and technically up there with the best of them. However, in this new age group, he looks very small compared to some of the other players. In the first game I saw him in, he was playing in midfield and marking someone a lot taller and lot bulkier than him. His competitive enthusiasm never wavered though and nor should it with any of our work when we step it up to a higher level.

The danger here though is that if you try and out muscle someone bulkier than you, you might come off second best in a lot of these battles. No there is no problem with that but sometimes when we get knocked around time after time again, we can lose our confidence and question our abilities.

I noticed that sometimes he would try and speed past his marker but was getting out muscled a lot. So what can he do to develop his skill set? He will learn that sometimes, instead of taking on his man for strength, he can pass the ball off or hold it up to bring another team mate into play. There is no shame in this. Sometimes it is better to give it to a team mate and as we grow and develop, we can take on the new challenge which will become easier. Maybe his passing has to be that bit quicker and more accurate than in his previous leagues. It’s about playing smarter not harder.

Technically he is as good if not better than the older players but it will take some time, naturally, to develop physically. The learning curve for him is immense though and in just a couple of months he will have learned so much about himself and the game. Making goals and objectives is vital for him now because each training session and game at this new level is going to equip him with the skills he needs to become a brilliant player.

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Examples of Goals for Success

One of the key examples of goal setting I have come across is the word “Momentum”. So what does it mean? Momentum is defined as “The impetus gained by a moving object.” Basically, if you stay where you are, you won’t get to where you want to go. Make sense?

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I was at a seminar a couple of years ago and Donald Trump spoke about the importance of momentum. Once you have it, you become unstoppable in many ways. I have inserted a blog from Jack Canfield, speaker on the Secret, highlighting the importance of momentum and moving forward:

Build Momentum by Leaning Into It

One of the common ways we block success is by refusing to take action on a project or opportunity until we can see the entire pathway from start to finish. We are afraid to start, because the outcome is uncertain. While we plan, think, research, and analyze, the opportunity slips away.

Highly successful people take a different approach. They just lean into it – they open themselves to opportunities and become willing to do what it takes to pursue opportunities further – without any expectations. They say “yes” to opportunities, take the first step … and then find out along the way if they want to keep going.

Stop Worrying About the “How”

When we are presented with opportunities or envision big goals, one question that stops us dead in our tracks is “But how will I do it?”  Even if we can picture the goal and get excited about the end result, our minds quickly start doubting our ability to turn our dreams into reality.

For example, you may picture yourself as a best-selling author, but then a little voice in your head reminds you that you don’t know the first thing about writing a book, that odds are stacked against you getting a publishing contract, that you have never marketed a book before, and dozens of other pieces of proof that you don’t know how to achieve your goal.

The beauty of just leaning into it is that it creates momentum. Taking even one step forward broadcasts your intent to the world. The universe responds by sending the opportunities, resources and people who can help you just at the right time for you to benefit the most from them.

Just leaning into it becomes a process of co-creating with the universe. Become willing to explore the unknown, and trust that the answers and resources you need will appear. All you need to do is keep taking the logical next steps. The journey will take you where you want to go … or even someplace better.

Roadblocks or Redirection?

In The Success Principles, I share the story of a singer named Jana Stanfield. After several years working in Nashville, Tennessee, to pursue her dream of becoming a songwriter and recording artist, she concluded that trying to get a record deal was like pounding her head against a wall. She could try forever without any guarantee of success.

What Jana later realized is that when you lean into it, roadblocks are put into your path to force you onto a different path – a path that may be truer to your real purpose. She learned that even when you can’t move forward, you can turn right or left, but you have to keep moving.

By continuing to take the next logical steps, Jana found herself singing at churches. Responding to audiences’ requests for her songs on a CD, she hired an engineer to record 10 of her songs. The first time she offered her songs for sale after a church service, she made more money than she had earned that entire week in her job. She was fulfilling her purpose in her own unique way.

Today, her company produces more than 50 motivational concerts each year around the world. She started her own recording company, and her songs have been recorded by singers such as Reba McEntire and Andy Williams, as well as featured on Oprah, 20/20 and Entertainment Tonight.

Feel the Fear, but Act Anyway

As you move forward, you will have to confront your fears. Fear is natural. Most people let fear stop them from taking the necessary steps to achieve their dreams. Successful people, on the other hand, feel the fear but don’t let it stop them.

Some people will do anything to avoid feeling fear. It’s understandable – fear is uncomfortable. But most of the good stuff in life requires taking a risk, and the truth is that taking a risk means that it might not work out.

Successful people are willing to take a leap of faith, even if they are afraid. They know that if you don’t act, opportunity will pass you by. As former attorney general and U.S. senator Robert F. Kennedy once said, “Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.”   I also truly believe that if a goal isn’t a little bit scary, or if it doesn’t create a bit of fear within you, it’s probably not worth doing.  So many people stop because “they are scared.” I say, feel that feeling, and get excited because feeling that fear means you are on to something good!

Look at your list of goals for 2013. Which have you been ignoring because you fear the risk you’ll have to take to make that dream come true? Which have you been ignoring because you simply don’t know where to start? As you consider these goals, ask yourself what you can do to simply lean into it – what are the logical first steps that you can take to begin exploring making these dreams a reality? Acknowledge your fear, and lean into it anyway.Small steps will help to build confidence and dissipate your fear, while also creating momentum to attract the resources you need to achieve your biggest goals.

Jack Canfield, America’s #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul® and a leading authority on Peak Performance and Life Success. If you’re ready to jump-start your life, make more money, and have more fun and joy in all that you do, get FREE success tips from Jack Canfield now at:

Building on your momentum is one of the key examples of goals out there. Never start with the “How”, lead with the “Why” you want to do something and the how will follow. What did you think of Jack’s post? Share your insights by commenting below or by posting your awesome comment on the AchieveGoalsinLife Facebook Page :)

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How to Achieve Goals in Life – 7 Tips

“Never fight with a pig. You can’t win. You both get dirty. The pig loves it.” — Pasquale Capozzi

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I was listening to an interview today on how to achieve life goals by a very successful gentleman called Peter Thomas.  Peter is a Canadian entrepreneur, author, public speaker, and philanthropist. He has a book called “Never Fight with a Pig”, which was taken from the quote by Pasquale Capozzi. Peter says that success is the “attainment of a pre-determined goal”.

Listening to people like Peter is great. It expands your mind, enriches your life with new stories and widens your horizon. You learn a lot about yourself and a lot about life because people like Peter have seen both success and failure and learned from both.

Here’s a list of the 7 things I learnt about what makes people successful from Peter:

  1. Attitude: Most people in life will always pick out the bad or the negative in every day life. Peter says that when he starts off with a business project he look’s for the good because the bad is obvious. This programs us for success.
  2. Commitment: Successful people stick to their commitments. If you say you will be somewhere at a certain time, then you better stick to it. Peter says that if he is late for a meeting, the person he is meeting better look down at the ground for 5 seconds because chances are he’ll be there by the time they look up.
  3. Motivation: Successful people have a passion for what they do. Remember that passion doesn’t produce commitment, commitment produces passion and motivation for that matter.
  4. Focus: Successful people are extremely focused. Peter says that they are consistently focused on their work and ignore all distractions. If they are studying, even the door of their house falling down wouldn’t stop them.
  5. Visualisation: If you can’t see the success before you start, then you probably shouldn’t start according to Peter. You should be able to visualise how to achieve goals in life that you have set and be able to picture it in your mind.
  6. Inspiration: Who inspires you? Who are your heroes? Real or fictional, it doesn’t matter. Use 5 mentors and become inspired by them. Copy, model and replicate them and do what they do better.
  7. Reflect: Learning how to achieve goals in life doesn’t always have to be forward thinking. Often, we need to reflect on our past glories to get the juices flowing again. Nostalgia often plays tricks on us. We forget about the great achievements we have had in the past -sales, degrees, sporting achievements etc. ..If you are feeling jaded, reflect on the past.

Wherever you are and whatever you do, it all comes down to self-responsibility according to Peter. If you want to discover how to achieve goals in life, then you must take responsibility for everything in your life. Conditions will never be perfect or always positive.We need to take the good with the bad, this way we can look at our failures, learn from them and be happier.

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Why Most People Don’t Consistently Achieve Goals in Life

I have been doing a lot of reading lately. It offers me different ideas and perspectives so that I can achieve goals in life based on the understanding the knowledge acquired by those who are successful now and those whose legacy still lives on.

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I have finished reading a short edition of the famous book “How to win friends and influence people” by Dale Carneige. It is a great read and I highly recommend it. One of the key points in the book is that we should all admit our mistakes enthusiastically! This sounds so different to what we have been conditioned to think, am I right?

For year and years throughout school, I use to hide my mistakes because I figured that it was a sign of weakness. I know for sure that the majority of us do this day in and day out and don’t achieve goals in life that we strive for. Think about the last interview you did for a job. When the interviewer asked you about your weaknesses, I’ll bet you were hesitant to admit to your mistakes openly and honestly. In other words, we hold back on this for fear of rejection.

We may eventually get to the point of admitting our mistakes but we have probably dug a big hole by then and our stress levels have hit an all-time high. I remember doing this for interviews in the past and the stress I was feeling was excruciating.

I witnessed an argument the other day when one party was clearly in the wrong. They knw they were in the wrong but wouldn’t or couldn’t admit it. They don’t like to admit their mistakes because they feel it would weaken their position but the opposite is true.

When we admit our mistakes ‘enthusiastically’ we release all the pressures and fears that we may be holding inside and we can ‘fix’ any of the problems in the process so much quicker because we are more focused and relaxed as a result.

I have been to seminars on business and life by multi-millionaires and they have made hundreds upon thousands of mistakes and that’s how they grow and evolve. That’s how you get stuff done in a faster way than ever before. That’s how you achieve goals in life more easily and with more self-esteem.

Certain moments in life are there to teach us lessons and when we know we are in the wrong, we should just admit it quickly. We grow and it also builds trust with other people and you are seen as an authentic person.

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Meditate Your Way towards Effectively Achieving Goals for Life

We may be aware of them or we may not, but each of us has goals for life. As a fact, we live each day with a goal in mind. Whether they are short-termed goals that can be achieved within an hour or a day (e.g. finishing a household chore) or long-termed goals that take a quarter of a lifetime to achieve (e.g. be the boss of a company), goals are inevitable part of our existence.

goal for lifeFor young people who are rushing off with their careers, goal setting is something that hardly comes to their minds. This is where a thin line is drawn between the carefree minds and those who know the value of carefully planned goals for life. As a matter of fact, top achievers are those who are very focused and explicit with their goals.

In another situation, you may have developed goals, but there seem to be walls that hinder you from achieving them. There can be factors why people fail to achieve their goals. Among them:

  • They set goals for life which are impossible to achieve.
  • In the process of achieving a difficult goal, they tend to forget the reasons why they set them up in the first place.
  • They only plan and did not take any sort of logical action.

In setting up some career objectives, you need to be able to assess your current life/career situation and meditate on things such as the happiness or satisfaction level with your current job. Meditation is an ability to silence your mind. Though it takes a lot of patience, complete detachment, and full concentration in order to execute the concept of “stopping your thoughts”, proper meditation will increase your focus in setting up attainable goals for life. You will be surprised how this process could become a key way to set and achieve goals faster.

On the other hand, in order to achieve these goals, it is important to learn how to set up SMART (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and time-bound) career objectives.  You can’t simply jot down on a piece of blank paper, “I want to become CEO” and expect it to happen the next day. Goal setting is a careful process that starts with meditating what you truly want to achieve and culminates with hard work.

Imagine yourself being able to achieve those goals – this is the most beautiful dream you could ever have. But this should not be an excuse to just lie around all day and daydream your way towards success. Envisioning yourself achieving your goals should serve as a motivation to get up and take full action into getting a more vivid view of that blurry vision.

To sum it up, these are the necessary steps towards setting up effective goals for life and achieving them in the end.

  1. Meditate about your current situation and focus.
  2. Create a list of SMART goals.
  3. Verbalize your list and take full action.
  4. No matter the odds, never give up and constantly remind yourself the reasons why you set up those goals.

Setting up long-term goals for life is a crucial decision you need to make as you pursue a successful career. Others often opt for the “come as you may” direction given the excitement that unpredictability offers them. But you need to realize that goals are not laws that rule your life. Besides serving as your guide towards the right direction, the process of setting up and ultimately achieving those goals can help you become a more confident, better person.

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The Significance of Personal Goal Setting to the Success of Your Career

Just how significant is personal goal setting to your career? Let’s first probe these two situations:

Personal Goal SettingSituation 1: In many job interviews, this question almost always arises: “Where do you see yourself in say 5 years?” It’s a predictable job interview million dollar question. But surprisingly enough, many people still find themselves stuttering to find the right words in response.

Situation 2: You’re overwhelmingly off to your first day of your first job. The day went fine and so on for the next few weeks and then months turning into a year. But then somewhere and sometime between the constant and seamlessly equal levels of “fine”, you begin asking yourself, “What I am doing here?” or “Is this really the optimal level of my abilities?”

In both situations, there is one common denominator: the individual/s involved has/have no apparent goals set in mind. How does it affect their careers? We could visualize the person in situation 1 coming home with a crumpled resume on his hand and the person in situation 2 getting more and more concerned for his job leading to poor performance, and ultimately as a worst case scenario, being fired.

Deciding to undergo personal goal setting guarantees an individual many benefits. For one, it encourages you to maximize your usage of time. It’s like having a grocery shopping list where you are able to stroll around the supermarket’s tempting alleys with just the ample amount of time for getting what you needed the most. Second, it gives you a more vivid direction of where you’re actually going, thus giving you a sense of security and purpose. Finally but definitely not the least, it gives you the motivation to be productive much like doing your elementary Math homework (fast and accurate) for the reward of watching your favorite cartoon show.

But keep in mind that personal goal setting is not only confined within the four walls of an intimidating conference room. One’s goals should in one way or another nudge the following areas for overall improvement: Career, Health and Fitness, Family, Spirituality, Intra and Inter personal relationships, Finances, and your Quality of Life. Each of these areas is somehow intertwined with each other. In order to live a fully satisfying life, you need to asses all 7 areas.

So where do you start?

First up, grab a pen and a paper and write down truthful and specific answers to these questions:

  • What do you want to do the most?
  • What do you want to become?
  • What do you want to have?
  • How much are you willing to sacrifice in order to get those three wants?

As people could be imagining an impossible list of wants, here’s one important rule in setting up your personal goals: you need to do it the SMART way. While one could take that literally, SMART actually is a mnemonics as a way to eliminate impossible personal goals (like being the president of the world). It stands for the following:

S – Specific

M – Measurable

A – Attainable

R – Realistic

T – Time-bound

Personal goal setting is as simple as filling up a daily planner. But you need to take it seriously as if your life depends on it, which actually it is. Life is short, but rushing towards success without a set of personal goals could make it shorter. If you do this, you’re like a dog indefinitely chasing for its tail. Set up SMART personal goals and success will come to those who know how to make it happen.

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New Ways to Achieve Your Goals

Are you looking for new ways to achieve your goals? Are you open to new ideas or different perspectives on goal setting that you may not have access to at the moment? How about programming your brain to increase your self-esteem and reach any goal you want? There is a program from John Assaraf called “Winning the Game of Money: NeuroTraining System!  To find out more details on my original blog post about the system, click HERE

ways to achieve your goalsIt is a 90 day audio program that works synergistically as each level of audio progressively builds on previous tracks. It uses a combination of Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) Language Patterns; Hypnosis Sessions; embedded positive suggestions and a lot more that helps people who are struggling to break through their goals.

I have been up at 5.30am every morning since I have been listening to the audio (since mid-January) and it feels great. I am like a spring chicken in the morning. My mind sometimes tells me to go back to sleep but my subconscious is now wired into a new way of thinking that I fight off those bad habits and stick in my head phones and listen to the beautiful tracks to help me change negative thoughts into positive ones.

New ways to achieve your goals is quite often just a simple mindset change. Where one person sees misfortune, others see opportunity and that’s exactly where this program can help you. A lot of people see successful people and think they are just lucky or smarter than you and me. That’s simply not true. They have (in most cases) conditioned themselves for success.

Conditioning yourself for success can take a long time, but it is so worth it. Some of the most successful people in the world have not had access to breakthrough technologies likes these before. John Assaraf worked so hard to condition his mind for success and that’s why he invented this program that is scientifically proven to work.

I’m more than half way through it now and I got to tell you, I can feel the confidence soaring through me. Do you ever talk to friends who you know are extremely talented and smart but they don’t believe in themselves? That’s because of past conditioning. They may have some really sabotaging beliefs that are holding them bvack from succeeding. That’s ok, because these beliefs can be changed as we have learned more about the brain in recent years than ever before!

Our outer world is just a reflection of what is happening in our inner world (thoughts, beliefs and habits)! These can be changed and there are new ways to achieve your goals. I even wrote a diary every day after listening to the audio. The program gives you all the steps necessary to master you mind and achieve the goals you have always wanted to achieve!

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Step #4/7 on How to Write Goals

Peter Drucker, the famous American management consultant, knew exactly how to write goals. In fact, he once said “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it”.

how to write goalsThe point he makes may be an obvious one, but sometimes these words can just fly over people’s heads. How many people out there today, think that they have goals, but in reality, all that they have are thoughts in their head that they don’t commit to paper?

The definition of measurable, whatever one you Google, will in all likelihood include the phrase “comparison with a standard”. So what does this actually mean?

Well, when you ask some people what they want out of a career, they may well say “a lot of money”. I know I said this before I used trial and error to learn how to write goals that I had. The problem with saying that you want “a lot” is that it is not measurable and nor does it represent a quantity.

Also, there is no comparison with a standard to these. What are you comparing “a lot” to? This goal is only a dream or a wish, and it is destined for failure. As the old saying goes – a goal without energy is just a wish. To even say that you want to be “successful” is a failure because what does success mean to you? There is nothing to benchmark this against.

At the start of this year, I committed to my fitness goals. Now that I know how to write goals, I devised a plan with a friend to have a very measurable set of goals. I committed to gaining 3kg of pure lean muscles and to be able to bench 100kg weights. I used my friends specific weight lifting program (remember our goals must be specific). I printed out a weekly spreadsheet and wrote all my 6 exercises for the gym. This way I could compare myself from one week to the next.

Herein lies then key, I wrote down what I wanted to achieve and every week I am able to compare my results to my former self (it’s a good analogy to use for your life as well as it’s not a good idea to compare yourself to others) and enter in all the quantities of my weights. It now measurable and it represents a quantity. It can be benchmarked against previous gym sessions.

This is the laser focus that all great goal achievers use for measuring progress toward accomplishing each goal they set. By measuring our progress, we stay on track, reach our goals, and experience the joy of achievement that drives us on to the sustained determination required to reach further goals.

Are you learning how to write goals now? Please let me know if you are finding these steps useful and if you have had any recent successes. Share your awesome comment below or on my AchieveGoalsinLife Facebook fan page. Feel free to share this with your family and friends.

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Simple Secret on How to Set Goals at Work

Bruce Lee knew that the secret on how to set goals at work (whether he was fighting or acting) was to complete one thing at a time.

He once said “I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10000 times.”

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Successful people, who achieve their goals in life, always complete one thing at a time. People have a tendency to make things way harder on themselves than they have to. They over-complicate things. Sometimes we want things fast and easy. So many of the speakers tell me that achieving goals is just common sense!

Brian Tracy knows all too well how to set goals at work. He is a world famous self-help author and motivational speaker. He once said “It is impossible for you to accomplish anything worthwhile in life without the ability to concentrate single-mindedly on one thing at a time and stay with it until it’s complete.”

Studies have shown that up to 500% more effort to start a task and put it down and come back to work on it later compared to just picking it up and seeing it through.

If you want to achieve goals in life, you must concentrate and focus when you’re working. The success of your goals depends on it.

You want to complete your highest priority goal. Everything else is less important. The best method for setting priorities on your list, once you have determined your major goals, is the A-B-C-D-E method. You place one of those letters in the margin before each of the tasks on your list before you begin.

1. “A” stands for “very important;” something you must do. There can be serious negative consequences if you don’t do it.

2. “B” stands for “important;” something you should do. This is not as important as your ‘A’ tasks. There are only minor negative consequences if it is not completed.

3. “C” stands for things that are “nice to do;” but which are not as important as ‘A’ or ‘B,’ tasks. There are no negative consequences for not completing it.

4. “D” stands for “delegate.” You can assign this task to someone else who can do the job instead of you.

5. “E” stands for “eliminate, whenever possible.” You should eliminate every single activity you possibly can, to free up your time.

When you use the A-B-C-D-E method will allow you to focus your time and attention on those goals on your list that are most essential for you to do. A long list of all the things you want to do in your life won’t do you much good. It won’t motivate you because it won’t tell you how to set goals at work, what you need to work on now, this week or even this month. You must trust the process.

Learning how to set goals at work, means you have to trust the process, can you do that? Share your insights below by commenting or posting your awesome comment on the AchieveGoalsinLife Facebook Page. And if you’ve enjoyed reading it, please share this with your family or friends….or both!

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