Thursday, December 16, 2010

Looking Back/Looking Forward-Helps You Live More Powerfully and Intentionally In the Present

The end of the year is a great time to spend a little time reflecting.  What has gone well?  What has not gone so well?  Did you achieve your goals and make significant progress? 
What would you like to accomplish in next year?  Thinking about it and setting some goals can help you stay focused and get more of what you want done get done.  The goal itself is not what is important. It is instead, the goal setting process.  Once you commit to a goal you create a point of reference and your mind immediately goes to work searching for the steps that will get you from where you are to where you want to go. 

People will often tell me they are not sure what goals to set. Honestly, it doesn’t matter as long as you establish a point of reference and monitor the feedback, you will eventually get where you want to go, but you will only benefit from this process if you set a goal.   The Dynamic Productivity Model below illustrates the on-going goal setting process.

If you would like some goal setting worksheets, please email me and I would be glad to send them to you,

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