Top 10 Goal Setting Tips

The Core Essentials To All Success

Writing your goals down on paper is such a simple step, yet less than 3% of all people ever bother to do this. But those same 3% own more wealth than all of the other 97% combined.

But first you must specifically define what it is that you want because without knowing what your target is you’ll never even know where to aim.

The law of cause and effect states that you reap what you sow because whatever you plant in the fertile soil of your imagination with clarity of vision, then nurture with action, will inevitably reap you a bountiful harvest.

And by putting your goals on paper, you activate The Power Of Your Subconscious Mind {<Free Copy} by Joseph Murphy , which then sets in motion the law of attraction.

My top 10 steps to setting and reaching goal have helped me to achieve, or put me on track to achieve all of my highest ambitions. And they can do the same for you.

1- Figure out what you love to do, then find a way to do it

  • Commit to excellence in you chosen field
  • Master your craft
  • Do your homework
  • Go the extra mile
  • Commit to being in the top 10%
  • Turn your car into a university on wheels

2- Define exactly what it is that you want

3- Put it in writing

4- Set a date

  • Set 1 month, 1 year, 2 year, 5 year, and long term goals
  • Set a deadline for your major goal
  • Create a plan by sitting for ideas
  • Think long term, but…
  • chip away at the stone
  • Set sub deadlines
  • Remember the power of compound interest in taking consistent action

5- Always prioritize

  • Focus on, then eliminate your most important daily goals first
  • Read Eat That Frog {<Free Copy} by Brian Tracy
  • Do the 20% of things that make 80% of the difference
  • Don’t waste time with the trivial non essentials
  • Learn the 4Ds

6- Take consistent action

  • Use my trick – tell yourself to “Just Do It Now”
  • Link pain to inaction
  • Link pleasure to taking action
  • Use the Dickens Pattern
  • Go with the flow of momentum

7- Everyday work at least half an hour on your major goal

  • Read and study success
  • Enjoy the journey

8- Visualize it frequently

9- Act the part

10- Reward yourself for every success

  • Pat yourself on the back
  • But don’t rest on your laurels

See you at the finish line, – Herb.



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