I’ve been on a training for the whole week, and therefore didn’t have time to post anything knew. But I couldn’t stop reading my feeds, and that’s how I discovered the following two articles which I think you’ll find interesting too.
Mike explains How To Write Goal Statements That Work and introduces you to prophetic journaling:
The greatest thing will begin happening when you write your goals down in a Prophetic Journal, youâ€™ll actually begin to see the incongruency in what you are saying to yourself everyday and the current life youâ€™re living. Pretty soon, youâ€™ll begin to feel like you want to make changes. The important thing is to DO IT!
I dare you to write your statement, read it for 40 days and nights, and see what happens. I think youâ€™ll be pleasantly surprised at the results.
Another great article on goal setting: How to set achievable goals by Buster McLeod. I really liked some of his thoughts, like this one:
Making achievable goals shouldn’t feel like buying art. Reviewing your list of goals should feel more like learning to paint with your hands than walking through a gallery of masterpieces. You should be constantly editing, rewording, removing, and adding goals from your list. Building momentum and confidence is the secret to making achievable goals.