About Goal Setting Tactics – The Worksheet


 About Goal Setting Tactics – The Worksheet

"There are approx. 100 billion neurons in the brain, and trillions of connections between them. The human brain is more complex than any computer ever created."

Just think about that for a second. The way that you go about your day and how you handle the different situations in it are all controlled by this one organ inside your head! It's basically running your whole life because it decides what thoughts to keep and which ones to forget.

Most of us take our brain for granted and seem to forget how much it really does for us. We're pretty oblivious to it when we're in the midst of a heated debate, when we're trying to remember what we did last week, or when the phone rings. We really do take this little organ for granted, which is why we should never ignore it's importance. As a matter of fact, your brain is one of the most powerful tools that you have in your arsenal.

Join with me as I give you some working tips on how to make your brain work for you, instead of against you.
The power of the mind is so fundamental to anyone's success in life, that it's not even funny. Your motivation and determination can't be measured by your IQ or EQ (emotional intelligence) and it should never be underestimated by those around you. People who have high levels of determination are ten times more likely to succeed than those who don't at all.

In other words, if you have a high level of motivation, then you are ten times more likely to turn your objectives into reality. It's that simple! But how does one use the power of their mind for good? Does anyone really know? Before I tell you about my tips, I want to tell you that there is only one person who knows how to use this power and that is yourself. Other people can help you along the way but no one can use their mind inside your head for you. That being said, here are some tips on how to get started.

Tip #1: Understand Goal Setting Tactics – The Basics

This first tip will be a crash course for what goal setting tactics are all about. It's important that you understand what they are before you get to the practical exercises because they will help you in the long run.

Goal setting tactics are basically a step by step process that is used to help someone achieve a goal. It can be used for just about any goal out there, but it's mostly used for "big" goals or those that have a hard time being achieved by the average person. Telling someone to set a goal and then expect them to just get it done isn't going to make them very happy in the long run because people usually need some form of guidance as they go along on their journey.

The purpose of goal setting tactics is to get you to focus on the things that matter and avoid the others. The steps are aimed at helping you break apart your goal into smaller pieces so that it feels a lot more manageable. It's basically a way of making something seem easier than it really is.

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Tip #2: Understand Goal Setting Tactics – The Process

There are 8 different steps to goal setting tactics, but don't worry; they're not too hard to understand. Here they are:

Step 1: Goal Setting

Before you can think about goal setting tactics, you first have to have a goal to work with. When I say that your goals should be tangible and measurable, I mean that it needs to be something that you can write down with a number next to it. If you're not sure about the goals that you have, then why don't you take a moment and write down everything that is on your mind? Make sure that it's all there because this will be your foundation for this exercise. Once you're done, read through it and think about what makes sense and what doesn't.

Step 2: Define Why You Want It

Now that you have your goal written down, it's time to come up with a plan of how you're going to go about reaching it. This is the most crucial part because this is when it all comes together. Don't get hung up on the numbers at first because they will come by themselves in time. But maybe you feel like they are too high and this will be the biggest obstacle for you. Don't worry because this is what you have to work with for the next few weeks.

Tip #3: Break It Down

Break your goal down into smaller pieces so that it's much easier for you to reach. With little victories, your goal will become more real and will be easier for you to achieve. You can do this by breaking your goal into smaller parts that consist of no more than 3 goals each. This will make it easier for you to see results fast. The important thing here is to focus on the smaller goals instead of the bigger picture because you can do this every day and it will help you get there much faster!

This is by far the hardest step because we are so used to thinking about our goals in a larger sense. It's hard to break that habit, but with time you'll learn how to do it. In fact, I've broken down my goal into smaller pieces and I'm currently working on them as we speak. I promised myself that I would be done by June 1st but decided to break it down even more. My smaller goals consist of getting my first 10 subscribers by March 1st and my second 10 subscribers by April 1st. These are tasks that I can accomplish, but don't seem like much due to the fact that it's only 2 months.

Step 3: Get Motivated!

Get motivated with a clear vision and the right tools. You need to be able to see yourself having achieved your goal or else you'll be stuck in second gear for a long time. I suggest that you find inspiring pictures and images on the internet so that you can use them as motivation at various times throughout the day.


There is so much more to this, but I'm going to have to end here for today. I hope that you have found these tips to be helpful and as a parting gift, here are pictures of some of my goals so far:

I know that my goal looks big and impossible, but this is just the beginning and it's something that I can easily do. When I get them all done by June 1st, then we'll talk about the next step! In the meantime, you can use these tips in your daily life by breaking down your goals into smaller pieces.

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