I remember growing up always seeming to have goals and hitting them… But, as I think back, I don’t recall any of these experiences being goals set by me, but more like deadlines and accomplishments dictated by others… Teachers, parents, coaches, they all seemed to be the one’s with the goals and I just went along…
Having goals is a powerful tool to becoming the person that you want to be.
Advice from the MASTERS! http://www.success.com/article/rohn-4-tips-for-setting-powerful-goals
I have recently realized the power and importance of goals; writing them down and visualizing them happening. So what do I want…
- Build a large team of health and freedom focused people.
- Coach and inspire as many people as I can to have better health.
- Own land in Alaska, Utah, and the beach (yes, still working on this one).
- Take an epic ski trip once a year.
- Publish a book.
- Get paid to speak.
- Develop a program on how to have and achieve dreams.
- Run a 50-miler.
- Take one (at least one) mountain adventure each week.
I heard the other day that by simply writing down your goals you are 42% more likely to make them come true. Writing goals down, reading them, visualizing them and taking action. So, there you have it. My personal goals, written down and published for the public to see 🙂
These are just a few examples of the goals that have begun to give purposeful and passionate meaning to my life. What I’ve noticed is that as my goals become clearer and clearer through visualization, I become more and more focused at taking the steps necessary to make them happen.
What are your goals? What do you want from this one, beautiful life?
I encourage you to start writing, start thinking, pay attention to what you want. You can make it happen. I can help!
“If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.” ― Henry David Thoreau
“I don’t care how much power, brilliance or energy you have, if you don’t harness it and focus it on a specific target, and hold it there you’re never going to accomplish as much as your ability warrants.” — Zig Ziglar