Setting Goals

Have you started to dream about possibilities for 2020?

Do you set goals for yourself?

What would you really love to see happen in your business and your personal life?

Goals are like a magnet—they pull. And the stronger they are, the more purposeful they are, the more unique they are, the stronger they pull.
One of the amazing things we have been given as humans is the unquenchable desire to have a better life, and the ability to establish and set goals to live out those dreams.
Dreams with meaningful goals pull you through all kinds of down days and stormy seasons.
If you have not already done so, can I invite you to take some time today to reflect, to listen to your heart, and to see what dreams live within you?
And one more thing -- psychology professor Dr. Gail Matthews, at the Dominican University in California, led a study on goal-setting with nearly 270 participants. The results? You are 42 percent more likely to achieve your goals if you write them down.
Writing your goals down not only forces you to get clear on what, exactly, it is that you want to accomplish, but doing so plays a part in motivating you to complete the tasks necessary for your success. The process of putting your goals on paper will force you to strategize, to ask questions about your current progress, and to brainstorm your plan of attack.


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