3 Ways to Advance Your Goals

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1. WORK WITH THE END IN MIND OR FOCUS ON SUCCESSBeginning with the end in mind is the endowment of imagination . If you are the programmer, write the program, says, goal expert Stephen R. Covey. Goals help us to focus, and the quality of our attention is enhanced by a having a project so cool and interesting that we can"t help but make a leap. et"s say, you want to organize your workspace so that everyone is inspired to do their best work. The inbetween steps: like ergonomic concerns & planning comfortable lighting, inandof itself can seem mundane, but joined together they name a bigger accomplishment and by doing so, asks us to spice up our expectations & upgrade who we are. Focus on success & keep in mind how you want things to end upAnd you"ll soon enough be successful.

name the accomplishment
give your project a title
what needs to be done by when
how would you like things to end up
identify upbeat reasons for pursuing the goal

2. RAISE THE BAROR SHOOT FOR THE MOONDefine greatness, challenge the limits, double the goal, or try something new...These are just some of the sentiments that put our plans into action and move us towards revolutionary results. ook around and witness the very essence of commonplace activities being tested and reimagined. Such as schools redefining Physical Education by bringing in activities ranging from kickboxing to more esoteric offerings like tai chi and yoga. And with the introduction of Blogs, an international conversation is in full swing with millions of links and a central clearing house inspired by immediacy, intrigue and tension. Raising the bar on a project can simply mean taking one extra step, having an allegiance to a weird idea, or devoting to a regular practice. Commit to a goal in a meaningful way, personalize it & make it your own, and then watch an otherwise sleepy project wake up and give way to a new found energy, creativity and distinction .Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, youll land among the stars."
double the goal
challenge the limits
create a regular practice
raise your standards,values or beliefs
make it a game

3. GO THE PATH OF EAST RESISTANCEOR SHOW ME THE SHORTCUTSometimes a goal deserves a break. TIME MAGAZINE reported that after 8 hours of sleep youd be more than twice as likely to find a shortcut for solving a problem. Suggesting that taking it easy is good for the brain, and what"s good for the brain is good for the overall psyche and soul. Are you doing too much, not getting nourished and being exhausted? Well perhaps its time to consider another path. Don"t reinvent the wheel. Pick up a book written by an expert, join a group thats geared around your project, sign up for an informational newsletter , or ask someone to buddy up & help. For instance, if I was writing a screenplay and struggling with a self imposed deadline, I could simplify my project just by signing up for a writing class. What with weekly writing tasks & inclass exercises this alone would expedite the development of my script. Another over looked short cut is to consider smaller steps. The smaller the increments the easier the goal. Deng MingDao, writes in EVERYDAY TAO, An inch in one direction, then an inch in another already makes a span of 2 inches. Gradually we can improve on that. Go the path of least resistance, it"s a gift of energy.

don"t reinvent the wheelfind someone who"s done it before
slow down or change the pace
keep to minimum daily standards
write everything downloose ideas vs. lost ideas
the smaller the increments the easier the goal


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