Yesterday, I did tip #1 for goal setting, make time .
Today, #2. I think a problem most people have with goal setting is they don't ask themselves the right questions. Or sometimes, they don't ask questions at all. Goals end up looking more like your kids Christmas list to Santa, rather than actual specific and relevant goals that spark inspiration and commitment.
I've found these questions to be helpful when writing down goals. They help to clarify what you really want to accomplish:
-What are my 3 most important personal growth goals right now?
-What are my 3 most important financial goals right now?
-What are my 3 most important goals in business right now?
-What are my 3 most important goals in my health and fitness right now?
-What are my 3 most important goals in my family and relationships right now?
-What are my 3 biggest worries right now?
-Now, What are my 3 most important goals in my life right now? (based on what you answered above)?
Only give yourself thirty seconds to a minute to answer each of the questions. You do this so do you don't overthink. Just ask yourself the question and write down the first things that come to mind. The final question will be much clearer after answering the first six.
Tomorrow I'll give you tip #3.