In this episode, host Tracy Brinkmann, introduces a five step method for goal setting and achieving New Year’s resolutions. This method includes clarifying what you want, setting realistic goals, breaking down goals into actionable steps, staying accountable, and celebrating your accomplishments. In the next episode, Tracy will share a milieu check to help tie everything together.
The first step in goal-setting and achieving success is to look back at what you have already accomplished, no matter how big or small. This will help you get into the right mindset and remind you of your own potential. Next, look forward to what you want to achieve, imagining it in as much detail as possible. Finally, take action towards your goals, review your results, and be persistent.
Tracy Brinkmann urges the listener to choose a goal wisely, and to break it down into manageable chunks. They explain that it is important to think about what you want for your life, without worrying about what others will think. Once you have chosen a goal, the speaker suggests working on it one at a time.
Tracy Brinkmann is discussing how to achieve goals. They say that it is important to work on one goal at a time, until it is completed. They also say that everyone needs help to achieve their goals, and that this help can come from other people, courses, or training.
0:00:00 Introduction New Year’s Resolutions
0:02:00 The Five Steps to Achieving Your Goals
0:06:09 The Power of Choice
0:09:06 The Benefits of Focusing on a Single Goal
0:10:08 The Power of Goal Setting
0:11:47 The Importance of Taking Action on Your Goals
0:13:20 The Importance of Feedback in Achieving Goals
0:14:54 The Power of Time and Tenacity in Achieving Your Goals
0:20:32 Setting and Achieving Goals: A Conversation on Time, Tenacity, and Review
0:22:07 The Dark Horse Entrepreneur: How to Make Goals Happen
When it comes to time and tenacity, you should be regularly reviewing your goals. You hear that? There’s that R again. This is why I’m telling you the last two make the biggest difference.
Take a new action, get new results until you get those results that are more in the positive, at least in a neutral sense, right? And then they’ll start going towards the positive sense.
And that help may be in the way of another person, a coach, a course, some training, right?. All these other opportunities that are out there, and you’re going to go, okay, I need to learn salesmanship, or I need to hire a salesman, one of the two.
Now, some of the other goals you may have may be subparts of your ultimate goal, and you have to put them in the right place. But you don’t go working on those parts until it’s the right time.
Now, once you’ve chosen a goal, and I would urge you to work on one single goal at a time. So many people say, oh, I’m multitasking. I’m going to work on this goal.