Make The Most of Goals
Setting goals is easy to do for the month, year or longer. Those goals tend to keep your attention off in the future which doesn’t serve you well today…for the next twelve hours.
When you keep goals set for each day, you will find two things happening…
First, you know exactly what you expect to get done that day and can evaluate your results.
Secondly, and most important…when you know what the micro-goal is, you can look at all those activities, media distractions, any thing that doesn’t help you accomplish this goal and set them aside.
Recognizing when an activity is just draining you of time and energy, then choosing to either be rid of it…or file for another time is empowering.
Setting Power Goals
I think 12 hour goals are power goals. You make up your mind about what needs to get done and set out to do it!
Jim Rohn, masterful teacher on personal growth and business says this about goals: “Goal-setting is powerful because it provides focus. It shapes our dreams. It gives us the ability to hone in on the exact actions we need to perform to achieve everything we desire in life. Goals are great because they cause us to stretch and grow in ways that we never have before. In order to reach our goals, we must become better.”
When we are pushing through comfort zones on a daily basis, personal and business growth happens.
You can read 4 tips for setting goals Jim Rohn gave here.
Does making daily specific goals make sense to you? Leave a comment below.