Many people talk about goal setting and goal achieving.  What is the best way to write goals?  Why do we write goals?  How do we achieve these goals?

First of all I want to state why Bob Proctor says we should make and achieve goals.  This surprised me when I first heard it.  We achieve goals to raise the consciousness.  The best goals set are the ones we have to work and stretch to achieve.  If we already know how to get the goal we are shooting for, there will be no growth or increase of awareness.  It is not to acquire more.  We can do THAT without goals.  I LOVE this quote by John Ruskin is "The highest reward for a person's toil is not what they get for it, but what they become by it.  THAT is the key in a nutshell!

Secondly, HOW do we achieve goals?  Well, for one thing, understand that all goals, or non-physical seeds, have a gestation period just like the physical seeds (like corn, potatoes, etc.).  Your goal will be achieved as soon as that gestational period has elapsed.  It's also important to NEVER change the goal, until you reach it.  You can change the plan to get there or the time it takes, but if you change goals, it will take longer.  For another thing, you have to SEE yourself already in possession of your goal and seriously want it.  That will give you the energy to do what needs to be done.  Also, picture your goal like stairs.  It takes many steps to get your goal and takes perseverance.  One of the most important things is to feel good during, before and after every step you take

There's SO much more to learn, but at least this is a start.  If you want more information, either go to Bob Proctor's website or e-mail me to explain.

Lisa Starr
Life and Corporate Coach

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