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Setting goals might sound easy, but once we actually get to it, it can become confusing. Read this material for some tools, tips and advice on how to set and achieve goals that resonate with your true self.

Setting goals might sound easy, but once we actually get to it, it can become confusing. Read this material for some tools, tips and advice on how to set and achieve goals that resonate with your true self.

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  1. 1. Setting & Achieving Power GOALS
  2. 2. Hello! I am Denisa Gombos I am honored you’re taking the time to read this presentation and hope you’ll find it useful! 2
  3. 3. 1. The Goals System Because just the goal itself is not enough
  4. 4. Goals System Overview Content: > Expected Results (Considering also the current situation) > Action Plan > Monitoring Systems & Feedback > Feelings & Experiences Inventory Benefits: > Develops capacity of decision-making under stressful situations, discipline, motivation and energy > Offers clarity about the WHY that guides your actions 4
  5. 5. 2. Expected Results The present and the future
  6. 6. Who You Are > What are your core values? > What makes your heart pump and gets you excited? > How much of who you are is YOU or just programmed by society? > What do you usually think about when it comes to your career? The Present: #1 - VISION What You Want > What is your passion? > How about your vocation? > What are you good at? > Whose expectations are you trying to satisfy? Yours or others’ around? 6 Any goal needs to be in sync with who you truly are
  7. 7. Going Even Further How far do you dare to dream? If personal growth & contribution are some of your drivers too, consider answering these 3 Qs for better defining your vision: > What experiences do you want to have? > How do you want to grow? > How do you want to contribute to this world? 7
  8. 8. Defining Vision Try writing a vision statement with this example: My Vision is to …(What), so that ...(Why)* 8 *Concept comes from Simon Sinek, whose vision is: “My why is to inspire people to do the things that inspire them so, together, each of us can change our world for the better.“ Extra resource here
  9. 9. Context Describe in as many details as possible your current situation. > What are you satisfied with and want to keep it in your life? > What can you improve? > What can you change? The Present: #2 - OPPORTUNITIES Resources Try to assess any available resources you have and can help you in achieving your goal: > Financial > People + Network > Abilities + Talents + Knowledge > Others … 9 Take a look at your current situation and available resources
  10. 10. The Future: #3 - STATEMENT Now that you know a bit more about yourself and what you truly want, what is your current situation and what you want to achieve further, you can start by setting the power goals. Most used tool for setting goals is the SMART Model, of which you’ve heard for sure. However, in order to align to the Goals System entirely, I will suggest you the SMARTer Model first. There is also the HEART Model, which works pretty well too. You can choose whichever you like more, their effectiveness is the same. Or maybe even create your UNIQUE Model. 10 Time to set the goals
  11. 11. SMARTer Model S pecific M easurable A chievable R elevant T ime-bound E valuate R eview 11
  12. 12. EXAMPLE: In 2 years from now, I will be the manager of the team I am currently working in. S pecific (Position + Team) M easurable (Leadership Skills developed in time) A chievable (Most probably, given enough previous experience) R elevant (Yes, if that’s my driver) T ime-bound (2 years from now) E valuate (Periodic progress check) R eview (Openness to redefine the goal if necessary) 12
  13. 13. HEART Model H onesty E xact A uthentic R ealistic T imely 13
  14. 14. EXAMPLE: In 2 years from now, I will be the manager of the team I am currently working in. H onesty (Provided I want the job) E xact (Position + Team) A uthentic (Provided it reflects my core values) R ealistic (Yes, given enough previous experience) T imely (2 Years from now) 14
  15. 15. • Have a deadline • Use verbs – state the action to get more motivated • Give them a positive and clear meaning • Make them visible • Read them again from time to time 15 TIPS FOR SETTING GOALS – THE WRITING
  16. 16. 3. Action Plan The doing
  17. 17. Get To Work Yay! Your goals are now set, but they won’t achieve themselves by magic, right? This is the part were you’ll want to invest most of your effort in. If the goal truly matters to you, you’ll need to set up clear actions to achieve it. 17 Extra resource here
  18. 18. Action Plan 18 General Actions Monthly/ Weekly Daily Start by defining some big steps that get you closer to the goal. For our example  Develop Leadership Skills & Knowledge Chunk the big actions into smaller ones, so you can monitor progress better. For our example  Participate to one training/webinar every 3 months, have weekly meetings with the team . . . What actions can you take daily? For our example  Be kind to the team, observe myself in different situations, be professional . . .
  19. 19. “Success is the sum of small efforts – repeated day in and day out.” - Robert Collier 19
  20. 20. 3. Monitoring & Feedback The Work in Progress
  21. 21. Measure Go on and monitor your progress weekly or even daily (depends on the nature of the goal). Always pay attention to red flags or situations that didn’t go as planned. ”What gets measured, gets improved.” - Peter Drucker 21
  22. 22. Monitor Your Actions & Progress Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Action 1 done Done, but not as expected done Action 2 done Partially done planned Action 3 done skipped planned 22
  23. 23. Yourself The process MATTERS. Check your feelings from time to time, new perspectives and insights the process may provide. Are you getting more excited as you approach the goal or are you overwhelmed, exhausted, afraid? Feedback Others involved How are others seeing your process? How does it change you in their perspective? Be ready to hear not so great things as well and appreciate their honesty. Learn to be respectful when you get feedback and find solutions for what needs to be improved. 23
  24. 24. “When you ask people for advice, you validate their intelligence or expertise, which makes you more likely to win them over.” 24
  25. 25. 4. Feelings & Experiences The Goals with Soul
  26. 26. Redefining Goals Unpredictable happens. We change directions, sometimes even desires. Thus, it is normal for a goal not to be of interest at some point even after you started the process. Review, Redefine, Rephrase 26
  27. 27. “It isn’t about the goal, but how you want to feel. Do something every day that gives you that feeling.” - Danielle LaPorte 27
  28. 28. 28 Danielle believes that we should all be guided by 4-6 core feelings that bring us that fulfillment. Think about your goals and add to each one the phrase: This is what I want because I want to feel… Then identify those feelings that appear many times. • What other activities and habits give you that feeling? • Which ones forbid you from being fulfilled? • What can you do daily for enjoying your core desired feelings?
  29. 29. 29 Ready to start setting power goals? Hope this material helped and I wish you plenty of beautiful discoveries and fulfilled dreams!
  30. 30. Awaken Potential Infinite inner-power You can make a difference True Self Vision & motivations Maximize Potential Achieve success 30
  31. 31. Try coaching with me! 1. Listen A good coach knows how to actively listen even beyond your words. 2. Ask A good coach knows how to ask powerful questions that will make you think further than you were used to until now. 4. Practical Tools A good coach uses the appropriate practical tools and techniques, together with his/her unique talents and ways to approach the situation the best. 3. Feedback A good coach knows how to offer inspirational feedback that will help you create your own action plan and be committed to work. 31
  32. 32. Am I a good fit for your needs? 32 1. Professional Careers & Entrepreneurship Trying to choose the right career path for you? Starting your brand first new job?Changing careers? Growing your own business?
  33. 33. Am I a good fit for your needs? 33 2. Personal Organization & Discipline Procrastinating often? Multi-tasking and losing track of all those many activities? Lack of personal discipline in respecting deadlines?
  34. 34. Am I a good fit for your needs? 34 3. Mindfulness & Well-being Not present enough in the moment? Mood swings too often? Trying to understand spirituality, energies and happiness better?
  35. 35. DISCOVERY SESSION Don’t waste another minute and sign up for a FREE Discovery Session! I want to know YOU and the biggest goal in life you have RIGHT NOW that you just can't seem to reach. 35 Let’s find out!
  36. 36. Let’s coach! 36 Online/ In Person Session Social Media Phone E-mail denisagombos@gmail.com +40 774 431 816
  37. 37. Together we are stronger Join me in this journey and let’s make THE MOST out of who we are! 37 Upgrade Yourself Denisa Gombos ❤ Life Coach for Vision Driven, Goals Achievers

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