Why should we set goals?
Why should we set goals?
One of the things I do early during my NLP Certified Practitioner training is to have everyone set their goal and understand some of the things that are essential for creating a compelling goal. People who have completed the course often feedback that setting their goal is one of their favourite parts of the early training as it really gives them a sense of where they are going.
It’s about making sure that you have all your brain focused on the positives that you really want, this is much more effective than simply setting the old fashioned SMART goals. And the truth is, you can use these things and set goals every month, every week and every day and hour if you want to.
Watch the video below and start to set goals using the three things I discuss – I’ve also attached a pdf below the video which you can use to set your goals.
Here are the top 3 tips with a bit more of an explanation and the pdf with examples and space to write your own.
FREE PDF: 3 Must Do’s for Compelling goal setting
1. Make sure that you write down what you want, rather than what you don’t want. Remember that what you focus on is what you get, so if you focus on what you don’t want, that’s what you will get. Also, make it about your whole life and make sure that you can act as if you already have it. If you can’t do this, then go back over your goals and ask yourself why not. Maybe you have some doubts?
2. Write down your sensory evidence for getting the goal. What will you see around you, hear and feel when you have this outcome
3. Write down when you want it, where you want it, how you are going to get it and who you want it with. Remember that all goals that are for you need to be under your control and you can get them without relying on someone else.
If you have any doubts or have set goals and never achieved them, apply for a free consultation and get some pointers. You can also fill in a form here and I will get in touch as soon as I can.
Remember, if you set compelling goals, you are likely to achieve them and if you don’t you probably won’t. If you’d like to learn more about setting goals and want to develop yourself personally and get great skills to use with teams, clients (and family) then you can become an NLP Practitioner.
If you want more help with your goals please check out How to make sure you get your goals – Part 1 to get started.
Till next time, happy goal setting
Dr Bridget- heading in a compelling direction
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