I set my goals, I write them down, I’m very specific, I give them a soft deadline. I’m following all the rules why aren’t I achieving them?…I hear you say.
Well there’s more to it. It’s like that plant we sew in the ground, we don’t expect that it will grow in to an amazing flower bed just because you planted it. There is action you must take.
Let’s compare it to the goal!
Plant: needs to be planted in good soil
Goal: needs to be planted good soil…a positive mindset
Plant: needs watering and sunlight
Goal: needs to have focus and attention
Plant: needs weeding occasionally
Goal: needs to be decluttered too, needs space for it to grow
Plant: needs all of the above repetitiously
Goal: needs all of the above repetitiously
You are totally aware and have no qualms that given you take action like this to your plant, that it has no choice but to grow and flourish
So what if you put the same effort, faith and expectancy into your goals? Your GOALS will come to fruition just as your plant will, this should really excite you. Start moving! Plant your goals now! What are you waiting for? What are you saving yourself for? No-one is promised tomorrow, we only have the present!
What’s holding you back? …………………………………………………
Really think about this and answer this as honestly as you can.
Here are a few response I hear back in my Goals Studio from clients
“Oh well I am really busy, I’m time poor! EXCUSE
Guess what? We all are!
“I don’t like change, it scares me” EXCUSE
Change is inevitable, if you don’t embrace change, you don’t get change. Hence you don’t get your GOALS
Some of the culprits:
Limiting self beliefs
Fear of failure/success
Your emotional environment
Resistance to change
Lack of awareness
Not moving beyond psychological road blocks
Your inner programming
Fear is your #1 Doubt (the voices in your head come from old conditioning)
Poor Time Management
Till next time, aim high!
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