Best Way to Achieve Goals…
Is to ditch them? – Really! – Yes, let me explain…
Suppose you decide it’s time to leave your job or learn how to get your website to rank on page one and you’re made up your mind to do just that.
Everybody knows you’ve got to stay acutely focused on your goals if you want to achieve anything in life – Right?
But what if “everybody’s” wrong about the best way to accomplish goals. What if everything you thought about achieving your goals was wrong?
What Do I Mean?
Let’s say you’re a coach and your goal is to win the championship. How do you do that? By focusing on the end goal?
“Or by focusing on all the things your team needs to do in order to be good enough to win. Daydreaming about winning, isn’t going to be enough. You’ve still got to hone your skills and practice, practice and practice”.
Or say, you’re a salesperson and you have set goals for yourself to earn $200,000 in commissions this year, twice what you earned last year. How will you do that? Do you focus on the end result of $200,000?
“Or do you do twice as much of what you did the year before and by calling on that, ‘specific’ number of prospects every day without fail. – Otherwise if you don’t do this you’ll continue to work like you did in the past, and the new goal will likely be one you won’t achieve”.
Or say, you’re a writer and your goal is to write a 240-page book over the next 60 days. How do you do that?
“By breaking the goal down into smaller ‘mini’ goals, such as, sitting down and writing four pages per day (4 x 60 = 240). If you don’t create a ‘system’ and then focus on the process of writing those four pages each day, you’ll never make the goal of completing the book in sixty days”.
Or, maybe you’re into Internet Marketing. (if you are reading this, maybe you are an internet marketer). So let’s say your goal is to earn $10,000 a month. How do you do that? By focusing on the end result of that $10,000 per month goal?