If there are things you want out of life, or if there are changes you’d like to make, but you don’t have any goals to achieve them, then all you really have are wishes.
But why don’t we set goals for things we claim we want? After all, the majority of people don’t set goals, yet they desire to lose weight, get out of debt, improve their relationships, or change jobs. So, why not set goals?
Goals are intimidating, but for that reason, they are also important. You see, the purpose of goals is more than just getting what you want. The higher purpose of goals is maximizing who you are.
In other words, goals are something you owe yourself, because you have an obligation to yourself to develop all that you are and all that you can do.
What is a goal? A goal is a “desired end” intended to be reached at a “desired time,” and it’s the element of time that turns a wish into a goal. It’s one thing to have a desired end, but it’s another to write it down and ascribe to it a date of completion.
So goals are what we owe ourselves, because they are a time-based, methodical means to us maximizing who we are, what we want, and what we should do with our lives.
That’s what I’m covering this week in my Life Domination Online Coaching Program. Watch Episode One below.
If you’d like to join the Life Domination Online Coaching Program, you can learn about it here. It’s only $19.97 per month, and that provides you access to all the videos—as well as the archives of past teaching series—as well as an invitation to a private Facebook group where the videos are shown.
The best part is that you’ll be in that private group along with me and other committed people just like you. I can’t begin to tell you how encouraging it is. You’ll receive the daily support you’re looking for to help you create your best life.