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, you’ll actually begin to see the incongruency in what you are saying to yourself everyday and the current life you’re living. Pretty soon, you’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 you’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.