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Goal Setting

  1. 1. Create The Why Before Doing The What
  2. 2. What Do You Want? Financially Physically Intellectually Spiritually
  3. 3. Success Is Goals All else is commentary
  4. 4. “Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” Tom Hopkins
  5. 5. Everything Begins as a Thought or Idea
  6. 6. The Heart of Every Philosophy You become what you think about most of the time
  7. 7. Your Outer World is a Reflection of Your Inner World If you think about what you want and how to get it most of the time…
  8. 8. Unsuccessful People Think About What They Don’t Want Most of the Time Problems Worries Blames Frustrations
  9. 9. Driving in the Fog
  10. 10. Driving in the Fog
  11. 11. The Carrier Pigeon
  12. 12. You Have the Same Ability You don’t even have to know how! Simply decide where you want to go and you will begin to move toward your goal
  13. 13. Creative Tension The natural result of the difference between current reality and your desired reality
  14. 14. What Do You Want? To get home and watch TV? Or health, happiness and prosperity?
  15. 15. Like an Organic Computer You goal seeking mechanism is non-judgmental. You get what you want regardless of what you decide to program into it.
  16. 16. Why Don’t People Set Goals? Not important Grew up in a non-goal environment Don’t know how Or think they already have Fear of failure It hurts! Fear of rejection Peer pressure
  17. 17. Harvard Study 1979 Harvard MBA graduating class asked if they had clear written goals 3% said yes 13% said yes but not written down 84% said no Ten years later 13% earning twice as much as the 84% 3% earning 10 times as much as the other 94%
  18. 18. The Only Constant is Change Goals can control the direction of change
  19. 19. “Man is a Teleological Organism” Aristotle Happiness results from moving toward something we want
  20. 20. A Burning Desire The Secret of Success Decide exactly what you want Decide what you are willing to exchange for it Get busy paying the price! H. L. Hunt
  21. 21. Zig Ziglar “The elevator to success is out of service… …but the stairs are wide open.”
  22. 22. Goal setting is so powerful that even thinking about goals makes you happy
  23. 23. Take Charge of Your Life Create a five year fantasy “Blue Sky Thinking” Imagine you have all the time, talents, abilities, connections, friends, contacts and relationships to achieve anything you desire
  24. 24. The I-beam Test
  25. 25. Let’s Be Realistic! No, let’s not!
  26. 26. Goals Are Dreams With a Date Imagine your perfect… Family life Personal fitness Spiritual Awareness Financial Success Calendar / Daily,Annually
  27. 27. Your Hearts Desire What do you want to be famous for? How would you like people to talk about you? What would you like people to say at your funeral?
  28. 28. Your Past is Not Your Future Change does not need to be gradual
  29. 29. “Build your castles in the air then go to work building foundations under them.” Henry David Thoreau
  30. 30. Goals Must Be Personal Set them yourself You must own them
  31. 31. Identify Major Worries Three biggest worries or concerns Ideal solutions to these problems Eliminate these problems immediately Fastest and most direct way to solve
  32. 32. Ockham’s Razor “The simplest and most direct solution, requiring the fewest number of steps, is usually the correct solution to any problem.” Simplify
  33. 33. Ignore the Experts Albert Einstein Albert Schweitzer Thomas Edison
  34. 34. Personal Rules We all have them We don’t create them We all live by them Examine them Change as necessary Do you have too many?
  35. 35. Where are you? Weigh yourself Check the cupboard Estimate the job You can’t map a route to your destination without knowing your current position
  36. 36. “To have more, you must first be more.” Goethe
  37. 37. Driving Your Goals Into the Subconscious Mind Reality vs. Vivid Fantasy
  38. 38. Again… You become what you think about most of the time
  39. 39. Review, Review, Review The more often you review your goals the more firmly they become engrained in your conscious and subconscious mind.
  40. 40. How Easy? Write down your top ten goals Fold them up and put them in a drawer Take them out and read them a year later
  41. 41. Could you rewrite your goals from memory everyday? Hold on tight! You are about to take off!
  42. 42. Write it Right Use the three “P”s Positive Present tense Personal
  43. 43. Positive What you want, not what you don’t want.
  44. 44. Present Tense I have, not I will have I am, not I will be As though it has already been accomplished
  45. 45. Personal “I” followed by a verb I earn I weigh I achieve I drive I live
  46. 46. Set a Deadline A Forcing System The Exclamation Point
  47. 47. Visualize This A picture is worth…
  48. 48. “If I persist I will not fail.” Og Mandino
  49. 49. Pain and Pleasure Create the “why” and you will do the “what”