Have you been following along with us this week? Monday, we showed you how you could accomplish one goal you’ve been putting off if you gave yourself a one week deadline to do it, and invited you to go on a journey to learn how to think about that goal. We told you to write it down.
Tuesday we showed you that was actually backward goal setting, a very practical and results-driven method of thinking about your goal. Yesterday was all about having confidence in your decisions, and today we want you to focus on tomorrow’s end result by reminding you that you made an end-of-workday commitment for TODAY … uh-oh. Did you forget?
Here are the audio downloads (they’re way short) for this past week if you missed them.
Yup, did you get bombarded with distractions as you got to this point? So did everyone else, I promise you!
It’s okay, this was just a quick run-through of classes we do with people every week, helping them to drill down on what’s impeding their desired level of success in business.
I asked you if you had something you needed to learn, have you figured out where that information will come from and how to get a hold of it? Have you pushed past doubt and misgivings around behavior modifications that may have to be made?
By the end of the day, you should have your goal down to recognizing its finishing point tomorrow. You’re going to have to focus on only the key elements involved to get all of today’s tasks done and still manage a Friday with all of its responsibilities.
We all know about FRIDAYS, believe me!
As your company grows its vision, and you learn the necessary steps to make your vision possible, you’ll discover that some of your goals are actually only ‘tasks.’ That doesn’t mean they’re less important, it means they’re SUPER important to your overall picture. The discipline in thinking and performing ‘tasks’ is what will make your company great.
Zoom in, you’re about to accomplish something you need to do.
Are you on schedule to finish? Have you recognized a hang up that’s preventing you from going forward? Tell us in the comments below, you just may help someone else or get an answer for yourself. You can post your answers to our Facebook page, too!