6 STEPS TO ACCOMPLISHING YOUR GOALS AND RESOLUTIONS

1.You need to deeply desire the goal or resolution. Napoleon Hill, in his landmark book, Think and Grow Rich, had it right. “The starting point of all achievement is desire. Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desires bring weak results, just as a small amount of fire makes a small amount of heat.” So, your first step in goal setting and achieving your dreams is that you’ve got to really, really want to achieve the goal.

2.Visualize yourself achieving the goal. Lee Iacocca said, “The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind.” What will your achievement feel like? How will your life unfold differently as a result? If the goal is a thing, some gurus of goal setting recommend that you keep a picture of the item where you see and are reminded of it every day. If you can’t picture yourself achieving the goal, chances are – you won’t.

Make a plan for the path you need to follow to accomplish the goal. Create action steps to follow. Identify a critical path. The critical path defines the key accomplish-ments along the way, the most important steps that must happen for the goal to become a reality.

3.Stephen Covey said, “All things are created twice. There’s a mental or first creation, and a physical or second creation of all things. You have to make sure that the blueprint, the first creation, is really what you want, that you’ve thought everything through. Then you put it into bricks and mortar. Each day you go to the construction shed and pull out the blueprint to get marching orders for the day. You begin with the end in mind.” He’s right.

4.Commit to achieving the goal by writing down the goal. Lee Iacocca said, “The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen.” I agree completely. Write down the plan, the action steps and the critical path. Somehow, writing down the goal, the plan and a timeline sets events in motion that may not have happened otherwise.

In my own life, it is as if I am making a deeper commitment to goal accomplishment. I can’t fool myself later. The written objective really was the goal.

5.Establish times for checking your progress in your calendar system, whatever it is: a day planner, a PDA, a PDA phone or a hand written list. If you’re not making progress or feel stymied, don’t let your optimism keep you from accomplishing your goals.

No matter how positively you are thinking, you need to assess your lack of progress. Adopt a pessimist’s viewpoint; something will and probably is, going to go wrong. Take a look at all of the factors that are keeping you from accomplishing your goal and develop a plan to overcome them. Add these plan steps to your calendar system as part of your goal achievement plan.

6.Review your overall progress regularly. Make sure you are making progress. If you are not making progress, hire a coach, tap into the support of loved ones, analyze why the goal is not being met. Don’t allow the goal to just fade away. Figure out what you need to do to accomplish it. Check the prior five steps starting with an assessment of how deeply you actually want to achieve the goal.

This six step goal setting and achieving system seems simple, but it is the most powerful system you will ever find for achieving your goals and living your resolutions. You just need to do it. Best wishes and good luck.

DARE TO BE GREAT

Greatness is not meant for lazy wishers who do not want to take responsibility for their actions, but for great thinkers who are ready to go the extra mile of being discipline and responsible for each action they take, which will produce positive results instead of blaming anyone for their failures.
Your ability to accept that you are responsible for your success or failure and not the society, family or your present financial status is a major step to becoming great and achieving your dreams.
Now the question is ”ARE YOU TAKING RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR ACTIONS OR BLAMING THE WORLD FOR YOUR FAILURES?” THINK ABOUT IT.

Be The Dreamer

ACHIEVING YOUR DREAMS

We all have dreams but, its one thing to dream and another to achieve it. The ability of your dreams to become a reality depends on the PRICE you are willing to PAY to achieve it. Here are some guidelines that can help you become an ACHIEVER.

  • Achievers are detailed oriented.
  • Write your 12 month goals.
  • Write your 30 days goal
  • Write your ideal success routines.
  • Write down the six most important things you would do in the next 24 hours.
  • Note that the secret of your future is hidden in your daily routine. SET YOUR GOALS.
  • Be The Dreamer

    THE QUANTUM LAW OF VISION

    Vision is the ability to see; the area that you can see from a particular position, an idea or a picture in your imagination or the ability to think about or plan the future with great imagination and intelligence.
    Without a clear and precise vision of exactly what it is you want, you’ll never reach it or have it. A vision that is clear will open your mind to the endless possibilities of the future. A vision is not seen as a dream, but a reality that has not come to existence.
    From the quantum research it has been discovered that whatever we focus on and emotionalize often, is what we will attract and actually see in the quantum field of all possibilities. What this means is that the more clearly focused we are on exactly what we want, the easier and faster we will manifest everything we need to make it a physical reality.
    Since all material things move from the non-physical to the physical reality, our vision and goals are paramount in the process of achievement. Our vision and focus acts like a magnet that attracts and connects the pieces together. The continual presence of a vision helps to motivate against forces of resistance; failure, emotional hardships, negative feedback and real hardships.
    Note that your clear vision is your seed.
    CHOOSE WISELY AND PRECISELY, AND RICHES BEYOND YOUR IMAGINATION IN EVERY AREA OF YOUR LIFE SHALL BE YOURS.

    Be The Dreamer