recognize your ability, competence and belief in yourself to makethings happen and feel in control and improve performance.
Moving steadily towards and achieving the results you really want andultimate success.
Help you make the very most of your life, be happier and more satisfied.
decreases stress and anxiety, improved concentration.
Effective goal statements:
The act of writing your goals down...
Writing goals creates a set of instructions for your subconsiousmind to carry out, and can only be understood when expressed in the positive. Themore positive these instructions, the more positive the result, since your subconsiousmind is very efficient and its only function is to carry out your instructions. Beingmore positive in general will also help you grow and be open to more possibilities.
Write down the precise details about your goals, including dates, time,amounts, location, etc. This will enable you to measure your achievement, but alsoprovide the vital information to your subconsious mind requires, the more clear thefinal outcome becomes and this precise outcome will make your subconsious mindmore efficient.
Give each of your goals a priority. This helps you to avoid feelingoverwhelmed and to direct your attention to the most important ones.
Use very detailed visualisation, imagining all the details in its surroundingcontext using feeling, smell, sound etc to make the image more vivid.
Write them in present tense, first person, as if they are currently true:"I am breaking even this month." The subconsious focusses on the immediate andwill 'postpone' goals put in vague future tense.
Focus on your goals:
The more focussed you are on your goals, the more likely youare to accomplish them.
Review your goals:
It is important to review your goals regularly and adjust them asyou grow and mature. Keep on fine-tuning. If a goal don't hold any attraction, thenlet it go.
Re-write your goals:
When the words are repeatedly re-written they have maximumimpact. Rephrase it, compact it, add motivating adjectives.
Quality of Goals:
Set sharp, clearly defined goals that are measurable.
Operational Goals - Tasks:
Keep the low-level goals you are working towards smalland achievable with more opportunities for reward.
Set goals over which you have as much control as possible. Theseare performance goals, not outcome goals which might fail because of poor judging,bad weather, injury, or just plain bad luck. Rather base your goals on personalperformance, then you can keep control over the achievement of your goals anddraw satisfaction from them.
Setting achievable goals is part of a learning process. Other may setunrealistic goals for you, in ignorance of your goals or you may be naïve in settingvery high goals for various reasons. No one will put serious effort into achieving agoal that they believe is unrealistic. However, remember that the belief that a goal isunrealistic may be incorrect.