How to Get the Most Out of Your 14-Step Goal-Setting Guide
Now that you have your 14-Step Goal-Setting Guide it’s time to put it to good use. The simple act of setting goals puts you in the top 10% of all people. Think about how much you can do if you accomplish all of the goals that you set for yourself.
The 14-Step Goal-Setting Guide contains all of the steps that you need to set your goals and work toward achieving them.
In this post, I’ve outlined some of the most important parts of goal-setting, so that you can truly take advantage of the massive value contained in the guide.
Write Your Goals Down
To make the most of the 14-Step Goal-Setting Guide, you first need to get into the habit of writing your goals down on paper.
Writing your goals down will help you keep track of them, but the importance of this step goes far beyond memory purposes.
Physically writing down your goals on a piece of paper activates your subconscious mind in a way that will not only help you remember your goals but also help you prioritize them and highlight their importance in your subconscious.
It’s important to understand that taking notes on a laptop or your phone won’t always have these same benefits, so stick to paper and ink when writing down your goals.
Don’t get Overwhelmed Trying to Accomplish all Your Goals at Once
Once you’ve written down all of your goals, the full list can oftentimes seem overwhelming. If you try to accomplish all of these goals at once, then failure and discouragement are all that you are likely to achieve.
Instead of overwhelming yourself trying to accomplish all of your goals at once, pick the most important goal from your list, set a date that you would like to achieve it by, and put your full focus on that single goal.
Once you’ve completed the first goal on your list you can move onto the next and then the next after that.
Before long, your list of goals won’t seem so overwhelming at all.
Visualize Your Goals as if they are Already Achieved
Visualizing your goals can be a powerful motivator, and the best way to visualize goals is to visualize them as if they have already been achieved.
Visualizing your goals as if they are already achieved allows you to envision what your life will look like after your goals have been accomplished.
If you’ve set goals that are valuable and meaningful to your life, this visualization exercise can be very motivating and inspiring.
Make Goal-Setting a Habit
Goal-setting – and everything that goes along with it such as writing your goals down visualizing your goals, and working towards achieving them – is something that you need to make a daily habit.
If you are able to set goals and work toward them each and every day, you’ll accomplish more in a matter of months than you’ve accomplished in years.
Once you are able to make goal-setting a habit and a natural part of your daily routine, you are likely to find that reaching even your most lofty goals is a lot more achievable than you have ever imagined.
This 14-Step Goal-Setting Guide is just the start of your goal-setting journey. It’s one of several valuable resources that will help you become unstoppable in achieving your goals.
Goals can change your life so quickly and so dramatically, there’s no better time to take action than right now. If you’re serious about goal-setting and want to get your first goal conquered as fast as possible then don’t miss out on my “Goals Quickstart Masterclass”.
About Brian Tracy — Brian is recognized as the top sales training and personal success authority in the world today. He has authored more than 60 books and has produced more than 500 audio and video learning programs on sales, management, business success and personal development, including worldwide bestseller The Psychology of Achievement. Brian's goal is to help you achieve your personal and business goals faster and easier than you ever imagined. You can follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Linkedin and Youtube.