Lately, I have been on the theme of goal setting!
Honestly, this is a great time of year to do a quick check in with yourself and see how those goals you set forth in the beginning of the year are shaping up as we get ready to enter the 4th quarter.
Wow, time sure does fly when you are having fun!
“A goal is dream with a deadline” ~ Napoleon Hill
I just love this quote from Napoleon Hill because it rings so true for me as well as hundreds of my clients.
Here’s the thing, if want to turn those dreams and desires into reality for us we need to set goals and we need to set achievable and attainable goals.
And of course, we want to have a system in place that allows us to reach those goals every time we set them.
I am actually talking about this in three of my training programs that are currently running right now because honestly if you don’t know how to set SMART goals and reach them you are dead in the water.
The other thing is you want to learn how to do this in a way that is in alignment with what you really want life and your business, so it’s super important to have a vision that goes along with those “goals”.
In addition, you don’t want these “goals” to take over your life, after all, you are in business to create more freedom in your life not have it suck the life out of you. Trust me, I sure do know a thing or two about that but that’s a story for another day.
Anyway, the point is if you want to reach your goals in a reasonable amount of time you want to learn how to strategically use your calendar as a tool to help you achieve those goals.
As I said, this is something that I am teaching in depth my clients right now and it’s so important that I want to make these modules available to you as well. More about that in a moment, but I want to give you some pointers to get you started with goal setting and strategic planning and calendaring.
1 – Be clear on what your goal is and why you want to achieve it (seriously, the why is so important to YOU achieving your goal) 🙂
2 – Set yourself up for success so that you have a fighting chance to reach your goals, ie. you gotta have a plan to get to where you want to go. Click here for a little cheat sheet to help you do that.
3 – Use your calendar as a strategic tool. In order to do that the first step is to have your plan for the next 90 days then break that into smaller chunks and smaller chunks and calendar what needs to be done.
There really is an art to doing this which is why it’s something that I teach in depth. If you’d like to learn more, check out my master class for FREE here!
If you want to grab your 9 Simple Steps to Create a Plan of Action Cheat sheet you can do that here!