You will hear my husband and I talk about goal-setting and goal-seeking A LOT (especially if you are a member at CPMFITness or a personal client of ours)! Goals are powerful and need to be revisited often.
The most important steps are writing the goals that you want and in the time frame in which you want to hit them.
Your goals should always be bold and a little out of reach, this way you will stay really focused and it will be that much more fulfilling when you accomplish them!
Here is a great quote from the well-reknowed leadership successor John Maxwell:
“If you focus on goals, you may hit goals – but that doesn’t guarantee growth. If you focus on growth, you will grow and always hit goals”.
Here are 7 steps to keep you on track and achieve success with your goals!
Seven Steps to Success
1) Make a commitment to grow daily.
2) Value the process more than events.
3) Don’t wait for inspiration.
4) Be willing to sacrifice pleasure for opportunity.
5) Dream big.
6) Plan your priorities.
7) Give up to go up.” ― John C. Maxwell
These are seven very important steps to take into consideration when making goals.
We also need to re-evaluate our goals, otherwise we will never be able to grow and develop into the true “rock stars” that we all know we can be.
When achieving goals you also have to be willing to make sacrifices and live outside your comfort zone each day!
Goals keep us on track, keep us motivated day in and day out, and push us to places we couldn’t go otherwise.
If you take a look into the lives of many successful people, I would bet that 99% of them have goals that they read often!
Keep your goals by your bed, in your bathroom stuck to the mirror, at work where they are always in your view. The subconscious mind is very powerful and when you read things (positive or negative) overtime you start to believe that they are true! So imagine the great things that will begin to happen if you take these simple steps with your goal-setting.
So Fit Ones, todayI want you to write down your goals for your life in 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, and 5 years.
Remember to take into consideration the John Maxwell quote when writing them. I want you to print out a copy and place it in as many places that you will see it in and day out.
Then post some of your goals in the comments below….