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Post by rick152 Fri Jun 22, 2012 4:33 pm

We all have goals but, we dont always approach those goals right. We make mistakes along the way sometimes that thwart or deter us from ever reaching those goals. Goals are very important both in the respect that we want or need things those goals can bring us and the great boost to our "self" these accoplishments give to ourselves and even those around us.

I found this on "Yahoo small business advisor. And thought it might be of some use to many of us here. These approaches can be applied to most aspects in our daily lives. Thanks for reading and please let us know what you think and especiallty ant other tips you might bring to the table for the rest of us. Enjoy.

4 Smart Ways to Meet All Your Goals

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Making a list and checking it twice? That's not going
to cut it for achieving your toughest goals. Instead, try these tricks
for realizing your visions.

Entrepreneurs have no shortage of ideas and dreams, but can come up
short in bringing them to fruition. I don’t think it’s laziness or lack
of motivation--I believe that the missing pieces are focus and
inspiration. If your ideas don’t inspire you, if the goal isn’t exciting
enough, the discipline to consistently focus on them simply isn’t
there.

“At the end of each year people traditionally write their lists of
goals and later wonder why they didn’t happen,” says internationally
acclaimed author Les Hewitt. “Your goals must be well-balanced,
realistic, and align with your values,” he says. When your goals aren’t
well-rounded, and you focus only on work-related goals, you will neglect
to take time to relax and enjoy life, which can lead to burnout and ill
health.

To become inspired to work toward your goals, develop a clear picture
of what you want in business and life and keep your written goals front
and center. Reading them daily helps your subconscious mind to grab
onto your vision and strengthens your inner-motivation and
self-discipline. Hewitt stresses the importance of setting goals in the
following life categories:


  • Business/career
  • Personal financial
  • Fun time
  • Health and fitness
  • Relationships
  • Personal targets, or “just for me” goals
  • Contribution
Tapping
into the inspiration behind your goals and creating a well-balanced
vision is the foundation to your success. But, according to Hewitt, the
power of focus is what will get you there. “This is the ability to set
exciting new goals for the future: personally, professionally, and
financially. Then focus like a laser beam on the targets, avoiding all
of the distractions until you hit the target.”

In his recently released Special 10th Anniversary Edition of the international bestseller, Hewitt cites these four fundamentals as critical to running a sustainable, profitable enterprise.

Clarity on your goals: Do you schedule time
regularly to think about what you want your life to be? Begin with five
minutes and work your way up to an hour a week. Most people spend more
time planning a two week vacation than they do planning their life. Do
this, and the payoff will be tremendous.

Priorities: Once you identify your
primary targets, decide where your focus needs to be to reach them. Each
week, identify the next actions that will get you closer to your
quarterly targets. What are the three most important things that you
must achieve by Friday? Typically, business owners spend only 15-20% of
their time focused on their top priorities because they allow too many
interruptions in their day. Avoid this by scheduling uninterupted blocks
of focus-time to work on your action steps, leaving open time in your
schedule for the unexpected.

Relationships: What are the five most important
business relationships that will offer the greatest leverage to meet
your targets? These are individuals who have a strong, positive
influence over big networks of people in your target market. These
people can open doors for you. How will you build and nurture these
relationships? Also make sure all of your relationships are win-win,
approaching them with the mindset that everyone is receiving
value--especially your customers.

Successful habits: Your habits determine your
future. The results of bad habits often don’t show up until much later
and are likely to lead to negative circumstances. But you can change
your habits as long as you commit to doing it. If you focus on changing
three to four habits a year, for two or three years, you can transform
any area of your life. Your progress will be very measurable because
your habits are directly related to your results.

Keep your plan simple; one page if possible. “And don’t forget to
celebrate at the end of the week, particularly when you hit three out of
three,” says Hewitt. “That’s a great week and our confidence goes up
when we’re in the habit of getting three checkmarks every week.” But if
you don’t get your three goals done, briefly review the week to see what
went wrong and know that you get to start fresh next week!
http://smallbusiness.yahoo.com/advisor/4-smart-ways-meet-goals-152900389.html


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Post by SEBtopdog Fri Jun 22, 2012 5:12 pm

Excellent info there, Rick152. I'll bet most dinarians have vague plans about what they want to do post-RV,

but won't really formalize plans until they know they have the $$$$$$ at the ready. JMO. I know it's hard for

me to establish trusts until this is a done deal. I'd love to hear from our friends on the site how they're

progressing in their planning. No one has to share specifics. How does your planning compare with

the goldmine of information Rick included above?

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