3. Write goals in future tense i.e. "I will write,
publish and market an e-book by the end of July". This
of positive affirmation gives you a definite determination
that will help attract the people, places, and situations
you need to achieve that goal.
4. Picture yourself achieving these goals - when my
and I wanted to purchase our new car, we cut out nice
pictures of it and placed them on the wall of the office.
Create a perfect picture of your goals and refer to it
often. This adds a visual impact to achieving your desired
5. Break down your goals into simple steps - you
create simple steps on how you will achieve your goals.
could even create a flexible timeline when you plan on
completing each goal.
6. Take action - setting goals is worth nothing if
don't take action, so don't procrastinate. Most people
in this area because they get so overwhelmed with either
the number of goals they set, the size of them, or
paralysis from analysis. Don't over analyze each goal so
paralyzes you from taking action.
7. Surround yourself with like minded people - talk
other people who are upbeat and positive about achieving
their own goals as well as yours. Personally I get
with my wife, so we can support each other on the path to
making our goals come true.
Your goal setting for 2015 can truly be successful if you
establish a clear purpose for fulfilling them, being
about them, persevering until they are accomplished and
Herman Drost is a Certified Internet Webmaster (CIW)
and owner of iSiteBuild.com
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