Learn the key aspects of goals that will motivate you and bring excitement long into the new year.
I know, I know….
You’re not ready to talk 2018 goals yet! But, who needs a new year to set goals? Often, those New Year’s Resolutions are not that meaningful anyway. That’s not what we’re talking about here, folks.
I’ve got a few tips to help goal setting be more enjoyable, achievable, motivational, and “stick-able” for you!
What are the top 3-5 values that drive your decisions and priorities? Let’s go ahead and identify them. This will give you an unbelievable level of motivation and allow you a different perspective on obstacles.
A couple TOP SECRET coaching questions to identify your core values:
- Where do you invest the best of your time, money, and energy?
- What do you take the most pride in? What most excites you?
Here are mine:
Faith, Family, Health, Leadership, Loyalty
ROLE-CENTRIC GOAL SETTING
What does this mean? Well, simply that you are a multi-faceted human being pulled in several different directions. Can you excel at all of them? NO! You must choose those top 3-4 that are most essential to your happiness and play to your strengths. Then, you base your goals around the roles you play in life–making sure to have one goal in each area. This helps prevent burnout, supports self-care, and acknowledges the importance of each.
A couple TOP SECRET coaching questions to identify your ROLES:
- What’s your ideal weekly schedule? Who is a part of that?
- What recurring activities cause you to feel “off-purpose”?
- Where do your strengths (spiritual, professional, emotional) show up?
Here are mine:
Wife, Mother, Spiritual Leader, Coach
Want some help setting values-based and role-centric goals?
I’d love to walk along-side you in crafting a new type of goal!
Local folks can take advantage of my upcoming Goal Setting Workshop.
Long distance friends interested?
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