Achieving your Goals

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Achieving your Goals

Goal setting is very individualized, but it all starts with mindset and connection. First you have to believe that the goal you are aiming for is attainable and that you have what it takes to make it happen – that’s the right mindset. Connection means that reaching that goal will allow you to better connect with what’s profoundly meaningful in your life.
A long-term goal perspective is looking at where you want to be in a year with a certain area of your life. look at the action steps (or smaller goals) that it will take to get you there. Baby steps work by allowing you to make new neural connections to create new habits that aren’t too difficult to adopt. So, you know where you want to be in a year, you currently don’t move at all.
The more you visualize yourself doing the small goal or action step (meaning the more detailed you can make it) the more it becomes doable. Once you have mastered the first action step, then you build on that and add more to it as you can tolerate.

Once you have connected to a goal and given yourself the mindset that you believe you can reach a goal, it’s all about picking action steps and trying them on. Sometimes you have to reevaluate your goal and revise it, and that’s fine. Remember you are your own unique person, so you have to find what works for you, not anyone else. And, if you are still having a hard time following through on a goal, come see me and we’ll figure it out together.

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