There's very little more invigorating than pursuing a worthy goal. We carry out goals all day long, based on the decisions we make. Think about the last thing you accomplished. You did it through clear vision, a desire if not a burning passion, and you took some action to complete it. It could have been as simple as discovering a new place for lunch or finding a perfect gift for a friend. The good news is the formula works the same for those “great goals” in life that require you to put in some effort, planning and collaboration with others. Like starting a business, going back to school or learning another language.
These things don’t happen in an instant, but your decision to pursue them does. It's that one magical moment when you know for sure that this is what you want to pursue. I love that moment. I'm addicted to that moment. They don't even have to be my own goals; I get jazzed learning about other people's goals.
At the risk of being an enabler, I'd like to learn about your goals. Take my 10 question, 2009 Goal Survey and tell me about your success or failure in finding, setting and getting the goals that are important to you.
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Remember, if you need help finding, setting or getting your next great goal, give me a shout. Strengths based Personal Development is what I do.