Oct 3, 2010
"Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude."
Third US President
Isn't it funny, how the simplest job can turn into an "Ah-ha"!
This afternoon while cutting the grass I decided to cut it on the diagonal and after the first pass, it was crookeder' (yep that's a word I just made up) than a dog's hind leg!
Giggling to myself, I thought, wow what happened there. So I made another pass halfway down the centre of the first trying to straighten it out. Ok. Next pass, ended up just as crooked as the first.
Alright, what's going on I ask myself? Then I realize that I've been focusing on the ground just in front of the wheels of the lawn mower and think, that's what's going on - just like goal setting, you need to keep your eyes focused on the end result and course correct as needed.
We teach about goal setting in our weekend events, which is drastically different than the usual malarkey. I know, as I've been an unsatisfied participant at more than one of those in my time.
What I love about our S.M.A.R.T. goal setting, is that it actually works!
Why not bring your passions into reality by reconnecting to them; make more money, have better health, better relationships?
We assist each person in determining what they truly want to achieve; in the one area of their life that's most out of alignment and that when they get their goal, it will have the biggest impact.
S: Specific, Simple
M: Measurable, Meaningful to You
A: As if now, Achievable, All areas of Your Life
R: Realistic, Responsible/Ecological
T: Timed, Toward What You Want
Making sure that is stated simply, achievable while being a stretch, that it's good for them, that it has action steps in it and it has a date stamp on it. Together we quantum charge it and put it in the persons timeline.
It's always rewarding to hear back from our participants that because of our trainings they achieved their goals and in the process their lives changed for the better!
Love what I do....
Cheers to Your Health!