1. What you want to achieve

This is the easiest part of goal setting. Just ask yourself, “What is it that I would like to achieve” To make it easy for yourself, Final and set goal in all area of life. If you have no clue where to start, pick one goal in one of the following areas of life: 1) Health 2) Wealth 3) Family 4) Social 5) Personal

2. Break down how you will get there

After you have Decide what you would like to achieve, it gets more challenging. This is also the step where most people fall off. How are you planning to make your goal a reality? You need concrete steps to get to your destination. To fly from point A to B, you need to know the route. The same idea applies to goal setting. Figure out your goal plan. Start with the end in mind and break down backwards the steps it takes to reach your goal.

3. Write it down

To go from wishful thinking to actually achieving your goals, you need to write down your Goals. You have to tell your brain that you are serious about this endeavor by making it think there is an investment level. As humans, once we have invested into something, we hate losing our investment and we will do anything to keep it. By writing down your goals and steps, you have clarity but also you’re telling your brain “Hey, see, this is important to me and I’m investing in it so let’s not drop the ball on this.”

4. Stick the Goal

The destination is known, the map is clear, and the route is defined. All you have to do now is stick to the game plan. Unfortunately, this is another hurdle for most people that end up quitting on achieving their goals. The big key here is to keep reminding yourself of the goals you want to achieve. That statement is worth repeating.

5. One step toward Goal

How do you make sure that you will reach your goals? Work on them every single day. Yes, every single day. No matter if it is only twenty minutes or three hours. Work on your goals every single day so it is inevitable you will get what you want. Use the compound effect in your favor; the earlier you start, the bigger the changes become as time goes by. And the more time you spend working towards your goals, the faster you will achieve them.

6. Identify an accountability partner.

Choose someone to share your goal with that will hold you accountable. This is one of the most important (and overlooked) steps of the goal-setting process. Your accountability partner will give you an extra push to help you achieve your goal.

7. Reward yourself.

Remember to give yourself a BIG pat on the back after you reach your goal or some step closer to goal rewards yourself. Just make sure it’s something you’ll enjoy. Implement 7 steps and you will get what you desire. Let me ask you this, what are some of your goals you want to achieve? Leave a comment behind and we will help you achieve them.