My whole life I've been taught the importance of goal-setting. My dad taught me growing up that you must have your goals lined up to know where to put your energy and your focus. Lately, I've been slacking on this and I can tell I am now paying the consequences! I've been confused, emotional and withdrawn from the areas that are most important to me and I am making the change today to get back on track.

When I reflect in different areas of life where I've been most succesful and been with companies that have helped me get there, I looked back on my journal and saw that I was creating habits everyday to focus on my goals and was clear in what I wanted. I accomplished much more in writing down my goals instead of keeping them stuck in my head.

Here are a few ways to figure out what out you want most out of your life:

Dr. Dennis Waitley created the 'Wheel of Fortune'

  • Mental
  • Social
  • Spiritual
  • Physical
  • Family
  • Financial
  • Professional
  • Service

Take a look at these 8 categories, write down at least two things you want to work on in these areas of life and why.. 

But before doing this, try anwsering a few questions that Tony Robbins asks in his 'Unleash the Power Within' CD's:

1.) What are two actions you’ve been putting off that if you were to do them know it would make a difference?

2.)  If life was the way I would ultimately want it to be, what would it look like?
What would I do differently? Appreciate more? Stop worrying about?

3.) Whare are your MUSTS everyday?

4.) What meaning do I want my life to ultimately have? What would I have to believe about myself?


5.) What are some things in life that if you just changed the meaning it would change your destiny?


Take 15 minutes to write down your goals and then focusing on them for 5 minutes a day for the next week. 


Who are you trying to become and where would you like to go?


Personal development is key to having an abundant-filled life and can get you where you want to go. We must first work on mastering the mind to accomplish the things we want most!



Xoxo,


Anna