Don’t review your goals on a regular basis? If so, don’t expect to achieve them.
Most people – once they actually get started – enjoy the process of goal
setting. When done properly it’s fun, self-reinforcing, and allows you
to dream big. The hardest thing is get people started actually writing their goals, but once they’ve started – watch out! – most people can fill pages and pages with goals.
And that’s super, it really is, but how many of you write out wonderfully detailed and thought out goals – goals so real you can taste and feel and see them – and then stick them in a drawer, never to see the light of day again?
Staying focused on your goals is not easy, which is why most people don’t do it. Do you have your goals for 2006 written down? Can you access them right now? What steps have you today that moves you towards your goals and what actions have you taken that are moving you away from them? Am I asking to many questions? Jacob over at SuccessMinders.com has written an article titled ‘Constant review creates constant growth’ which I think you’ll enjoy…