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10 Dos and Don'ts of Goal Setting
Do you sabotage your ability to achieve your goals? What stops you, what can help you achieve them faster? Here goals expert Jayne Johnson provides you with 10 practical strategies to get you winning, today.
"I wrote the business plan for Rich Dad Poor Dad and my board game, Cashflow, at a two-day goal setting workshop with Jayne Johnson, in January of 1996. Without Jayne's goal setting technology, I doubt if Rich Dad Poor Dad woold have become as successfol as it is today. That two-day work shop has made me millions of dollars, over and over again." - Robert Kiyosaki, Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad
- Don't let someone force a goal on you that you don't really want - follow your heart.
- Don't let the past stop you - past goals you failed to reach have nothing to do with NOW.
- Don't think some of your goals are not important enough, not big enough - all your goals matter.
- Don't be rigid. Yes, set a path, a goal, and go for it, but tunnel-vision can make you miss vital information and feedback.
- Don't try to do everything yourself. Be willing to delegate.
- Have a clean conscience. When you feel guilty, you don't feel that you deserve to get the goals you're going for.
- Come from a place of service and helping others get what they want. Serve first and the Universe serves you.
- Celebrate your wins. Reaching a goal is cause for celebration - and it leads to MORE wins!
- Support those people who support you - flow power and support to them. It creates a win/win loop of power, and everyone wins.
- Every day make a list of what you are gratefol for - express your gratitude for everything and everyone you can think of!