Insights on Goal Strategies
We've all got desire in our lives. Desire to own something, to eat a food, to go on holidays, or be with that one you've fallen for.
I think desire to achieve a result is more important, and probably covers all the above anyway. What do I mean?
Well, I was training with a guy this morning who's looking to achieve certain fitness goals. And he makes all the right noises about what he wants to do.
But to me he doesn't seem to really have that intense desire that will drive him to do the training, follow up with recovery and make sure he's fuelling himself right.
The same goes in business. Unless you've got that intense desire to succeed, grow, improve your cash flow, expand, then you really wont follow through and go at it like you should. And you're therefore doing yourself a massive injustice, because no-one can make you achieve your goals, no matter what they are. For example, if you want to lose weight then you have to be the one to change your habits, no-one can make you.
So how do turn that desire into results?
Make a big picture plan, break it down into bite size chunks, review, reset and go again. Bite size chunks is the key. Think of it as travelling - to cover a big distance you have to map it out, know the waypoints (towns / streets) that tell you if you're lost and then move forward again.
And if you need help with the plan, of course you contact Cliftons.