Updated: Apr 21, 2020
“There is a saying in Tibetan, 'Tragedy should be utilized as a source of strength.’ No matter what sort of difficulties, how painful experience is, if we lose our hope, that's our real disaster.” ─ Dalai Lama XIV
Start thinking about GREAT TRANSFORMATIONAL Goals!
They should be:
a) Outcome focused. Once your WHY is understood (AND it’s a good & enthusiastic WHY) you’re 90% there!
b) In line with your values. The more a goal aligns with your inner or core values – the EASIER it will be to achieve. Note: You can achieve goals that don’t align with your values but it’s usually harder and less satisfying.
c) Stated in the positive. Ie. “I want healthy fingernails” rather than “I want to stop biting my nails”
Specific (so you know exactly what you are trying to achieve)
Measurable (so you know when you have achieved it!)
Action-oriented (so you can DO something about it!)
Realistic (so it IS achievable) and
Time-Bound (has a deadline)
Your easy-fix toolkit on how to do it!
Focus on the Outcome Align with your Values Identify Obstacles Size your Goal Move! To use your resources.
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