Just yesterday I was working with my coach. I pointed out to her how much I hated describing goals or schedules or budgets, because at least in my case; it would seem as if doing so were a repellent to me achieving them.
She suggested I described them to full detail instead. Like my ideal job is: and go!
So, I here is the result to my alternate goal-setting technique. Here it is:
1)Visualize what you want. –
Where is it? Who are you with? What are the feelings or emotions that are present? What do you regularly do there? What do you get (material, spiritual, etc..)
Where? I work from home in my house in the forest.
Who am I with? I am with my family. And I get to have a balanced life.
What emotions are present? Love, peace, success, nourishment, joy.
What do you regularly do there? I exercise, eat healthy, spend family time, give online group sessions, some live group sessions and a few 1:1 coaching sessions.
What do I get? I get a closer relationship with God and my loved ones; a lot of love, spiritual and persona growth, for that growth, an immense array of possibilities to give! A more than decent income that allows for me to live comfortably and practice reverse tithing.
The more detailed each of these is, the clearer it will be how you can make it work and what, and what to let go. This also applies to step 2.
2)Describe it in detail.
Include: people, colors, textures, places, sensations, feelings, your behaviors, your activity level.
3)Get to work on it!
Not there yet? It doesn’t matter! Build a close enough environment so you naturally orbit to it’s happening.
In my example the best thing I have done and have my clients do is build a schedule with activities and emotions that describe its happening…
For example: Build a schedule that allows for you to experience balance. With time to exercise, work, spend time with your loved ones.
Do activities that produce the emotions you want to experience.
Look for my video tomorrow on the describing textures, etc…
Have a lovely Thursday!
– Angie Weaver