Goals Template – Required Work
How successful do you want to be?
Setting goals instructions:
Please develop at least 3 goals for what you’d like to accomplish during our coaching engagement, in the next 6-12 months.
*If you are not sure about your goals, we will discuss this first before you complete the exercise.
**If you want to set more than 3 goals, that is perfectly fine as well.
1. Please complete the template: 1.Goals TEMPLATE4-WORD
2. Here’s an example for you to review: 2.Goals EXAMPLES What.Why.How Short Term4-WORD
We will obtain a baseline- where you are with each goal, why you want to achieve this goal, and skills, or actions need to accomplish the outcome.
This is so that we have a baseline of comparison for coaching progress.
Success depends upon effort!
On a scale of 1-10, what is your motivation level to work on achieving your goals?
Is 10X where you are now achievable?
You could shoot really high
You could be at double where you are now
🙋♀️🙋♂️Success that is 10X where are now may not happen in a year, but it could happen in 5 years!!!
Something about me: I am a very DRIVEN PERSON and I have achieved the grand level of success because I put in the effort since 2004 to get what I want. If you want to be at 10X where you are now, it is possible with EFFORT.
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TIPS for goal setting:
* If you’re the type of person who prefers to set huge goals and you don’t mind if you don’t reach them, go ahead and set big goals. You’ll be far ahead of where you could have been without setting big goals.
* If you’re not a big goal setter, try to set realistic goals that you can achieve in 6-12 months.
* There’s a big difference between a goal and a habit. Good habits are learned and take time. Habits are actions that help you reach your goals.
* Recent studies suggest that it takes 60-90 days to solidify a habit!
Change is Necessary!
Without change, nothing changes.
Here are the stages of change:
Pre-Contemplation – (Not yet acknowledging that there is a problem behavior/ or a success goal that needs work)
Contemplation – (Acknowledging that there is a problem/goal but you’re not yet ready or sure of wanting to make a change)
Preparation/Determination – (Getting ready to change. Feeling that you want more! Creating goals)
Action/Willpower – (Changing behavior / doing new things / being strategic / taking action)
Maintenance – (Maintaining the behavior change/goals and actions)
Relapse – (Returning to older behaviors and abandoning the new changes)
Motivation to change