Do you always feel like there is something missing or something is just not working out?
It could be time to change your life’s goal.
While it sounds easy… I can assure you it is not the same for everyone. In fact, for some people, it could happen in just a blink of an eye or a snap of finger.
But to others, changing goal sounds like failure. Total Failure.
And the good news is… That does not have to be the truth.
Goal changing should NEVER EVER be about failure. NEVER.
Goal changing is all about growth, maturity, understanding what you really want and have the courage to go for it and here are some ways which can help you achieve a smoother transition.
1. Give Yourself Permission To Make Changes!
Yup. You are reading this right.
Give Yourself Permission To Make Changes. A.K.A letting go.
So what does this really means?
This means to tell yourself it is really OK to drop what you think you should be pursuing… to go for something you really wanted.
Example, if your previous goal was to finish reading a 300 page book in 1 day and for whatever reason that did not happen, do not get so hung up on it and beat yourself up for it.
Instead, you should take a deep breath, relax and then take a good look at your goal and see if that is really what you are up to at that very moment.
If it does not align, it is ok to tell yourself, “this is not what i want anymore and i am ok with not achieving this goal.”
You get the point here – let go of old goals and create new one.
2. Verbalize And Envision Your New Goals!
Ok maybe that sounds a little awkward and unbelievable… let’s bring that up one step.
Create a Vision Board. Fill it up with images, words & statements of where you want to be.
The purpose of this is to actualize your goal and attract that energy into your environment. It also gives you clarity and focus, on where you are heading.
After that, declare this new goal with your partner or mastermind group.
By declaring & sharing it, you are creating the possibility of having your dreams come true and at the same time allowing others to support you in your journey.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know that there are people who are willing to support and help you up?
3. Break down your goals into ‘mini-goals’ & ACTION! ACTION! ACTION!
Alright. Now that you are done with the “rah-rah”. It is ACTION time.
Yes. Let’s get down and dirty… After all, what is the point of having a nice vision board when all you are going to do is to stare at them. (You are better off with a nice wall poster of the latest Korean Girl Band
or Boy Band if that is your thing.)
Break down your goal into mini-goals. Mini-goals helps make your goal more achievable.
I.E. if your goal is to travel around the world, and after doing some calculation and you realize the total cost of the air tickets is $20,000, you are probably going to be STRESSED OUT wondering where are you going to get $20,000?!
Let’s change a perspective.
If you break down $20,000 into saving $200/month… that will take you a 100 months to do it and that will translate into 8 years 4 months.
It is long, I know.
But the point here is you get more clarity don’t you?
And suddenly it becomes manageable. See the magic?
Are you beginning to see the possibility of your Dreams Coming True?
What plans and action steps are you taking on?