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Choosing Your Goals

Published on 9/28/2013
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One of my more popular programs is based on the power of setting goals. While this isn't the time to go through that, ask yourself, "What type of a goal would someone set who wants to just get by?"


I've asked that question many times and the response has often been something like, "I just want to make it to payday." Those of you familiar with goal setting know that sometimes you just miss hitting a goal. But what would happen if you just missed a payday? Are you prepared for such a potentiality or would it be a small disaster? So what happens when you make a payday? Is it enough of a building block for the financial future you want? Or is it just keeping you stuck?

Goal setting asks you to stretch beyond what you've already accomplished, while giving renewed hope. Sure, it's disappointing if you don't achieve one, but resetting goals until you get them is always refreshing. Until you accomplish them, ask yourself, "What mistakes did I make?" "What changes can I implement to help me get a yes?" "What compromises do I need to make?" This helps you regroup, refine your approach, and reset the goal. You're in the game. It all happens in the right time, even if it doesn't feel that way when you're going through it. Still skeptical?

Suppose you don't believe in setting goals. Or if asked, you say, "I just want to make it to payday." That's your goal. Okay. Now, suppose the ideas I've just shared work, and you barely missed your goal. Now what?

Suppose you make it to payday once again. What happens now? You've reached your goal. So what? Other than, hopefully, paying your bills, how is it helping you move forward? With a bottom-line goal of maintenance or survival, there's nothing to get excited about in achieving it, is there? This is a major reason for job dissatisfaction.

Think about it. It's one of the main reasons people work at maybe a number of jobs for decades, retire, if they can afford to, then spend the rest of their lives wondering, "Is this all there is?" They're not in the habit of setting new goals and working them through to completion. They give up at the first no. So what do they do? They might go out and get a second job! Now their time is totally gone, taken by two jobs they often begrudgingly work. But it's not because they don't have the brains or brawn to create the better life they really want either! What's wrong with this picture?

Choose the goals that will lead you to your vision, in accord with your lifestyle, the things you are good at, and the things which you enjoy doing. Each goal should have certain important qualities that give you the best opportunity to accomplish it.

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