Structures and Support

“I don’t write goals, but I have them in my head.”  What??
If you’ve heard yourself say that, challenge its efficacy: DID you really achieve the goal? Did you even have one? Or is that something you say to avoid the responsibility of making a commitment and then taking the actions to achieve the goal? 

Some facts about goals: 

  1. You need to write them down. The action of thinking it through and articulating what you want is powerful and part of the process.
  2. Put your goals somewhere that you will see them and can use them to measure your success and to make your weekly action plan.
  3. Use your calendar – make smaller weekly goals and actions – that align with your periodic milestones and overall goal.

Now, go find a beautiful frame to put your goals in!

oxo,
Jody

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