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Little Tweak, Big Results When Setting Goals

What if there were a little tweak you could make that would create MASSIVE results. Would you want to know what it was?

What if it’s so small… and so subtle… that when I share it with you… perhaps the first thing your mind would think is “That’s so simple…” and because of that… your mind may want to discredit the power of this tool.

Would you be willing and open to a simple… small… tweak that could create MASSIVE results? Successful people have open minds.

And they don’t over complicate things. So if your answer is yes to keeping an open mind and valuing simple things… keep reading.

Here’s the one tweak that is so small… yet can change everything.

Instead of making your goals/desires/outcomes vague… make them specific.

So many times I ask people what they want… and a few things usually happen.

1. They lead with what they DON’T want.

2. They don’t know what they DO want.

3. If they do know what they want… they are SUPER vague about it.

So… the shift is…

Focus on what you DO want… and be specific about it.

Instead of saying “I don’t want to be broke.”

Don’t just say “I want more abundance.”

WTF does that even mean?

Be specific: I want to create an income of at least $10,000 per month by October 1st, 2017. It requires critical thinking to get specific.

Do you want an “authentic” relationship?

How will you know it’s authentic?

Or, do you want a relationship where you can share your deepest truths and disclose your deepest thoughts and your partner lovingly listens and empathizes with you?

Using words like “abundance” or “authentic” or “highest potential” is good when describing a concept… but not a GOAL.

GOAL’s must be CLEAR and SPECIFIC. And stated in the POSITIVE and PRESENT tense.

And… GOALS must be stated in such a way that it is CLEAR and you will know when you have achieved your goal. This ONE tweak can change everything.

Maybe… just maybe you aren’t getting what you want because you don’t know what you want… and you aren’t describing it in a clear way.

Here’s the truth: you know what you want.

You’ve been vague because declaring what you want is scary… or maybe you don’t feel worthy.

Either way… knock that off 🙂


AND – make sure to add the “by when.”

A goal without a deadline is a future regret.

How can you be clear/specific/positive/present and create a deadline with your goals?

Reply back and let me know.

Remember to get out there, take action and make it real!