4 Steps To Hitting Your Biggest Goals

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Apr

4 Steps To Hitting Your Biggest Goals

 

 

 

 

How do you hit your biggest goals and dreams without getting overwhelmed?

It comes down to managing each moment.

When we have a long road ahead of us, it’s easy to start doubting our abilities.  (This became apparent to me after I signed up for a 52-mile ultra marathon and didn’t really train.  More on this in the video.) 🙂

But by breaking things down into smaller, more manageable steps, we set ourselves up for success.

Here’s what works for me … and can work for you also….

MANAGE the moment

If we can learn to consistently manage the next minute of our lives, we’ll have an amazing year … the best one ever.

FIND the “I/we can do that!”

Maybe you can’t sit down and – boom! – write an entire book.  But you can probably sit down and write 100 words. You can do that!

CELEBRATE progress

Celebrating is fun, and it also brings attention to what we’ve accomplished.  In those moments, we’re not worrying about what went wrong or what we have left to do.  We’re focusing on whats right.

BUILD momentum

Momentum is your friend.  Your powerful friend.  Take breaks, celebrate and enjoy…..and then move.

Imagine what you could do if you managed your life this way.

Dominoes fall because of momentum.  Remember where this all begins — managing the moment and find your  “We can do that” action.  With each step, celebrate your progress and build momentum, which makes the cycle even easier to continue.

“Momentum is the bridge between a vision and its results” ― Farshad Asl

What goals are working towards right now that you’re more likely to reach by following these 4 steps?

Let us know by commenting below!

Your friend and fan,

JV

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Comments

  • April 12, 2016

    Great video Jon – breaking down a big, scary, hairy, overwhelming goal into smaller ‘I can do that’ pieces that we can mange and achieve is sound advice. It’s great to celebrate them of course, and really like the domino effect and the value of building momentum. Thank-you for this short sharp applicable set of principles.

    • jon
      April 12, 2016

      Thanks Paul. What’s your big goal for the year? How can I support you? What’s your “I can do that” goal for April?

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