Podcast: Never Miss Twice Approach to Achieving Your Goals

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What kind of goals should we have in 2021 with the pandemic still looming over us? Listen in as I share my thoughts on goal setting and the never miss twice approach to achieving your goals.

Topics Discussed in this Episode:

Goal setting

The never miss twice approach to your goals

What creates consistency once you have set your goals

Key Takeaways:

An example of an appropriate goal is one around health. That is to avoid COVID-19.

If you have a daily goal, if you do skip a day, never miss it twice.

Having a strong motivating factor is important to being consistent. Being committed to the outcome or to the “why” of the goal in place is what makes things happen.

Action Steps:

Make sure to never miss twice on your goals. See if you can put that to practice with whatever it is that you’re trying to achieve with consistency.

Find your strong motivating factor. If there isn’t one, rethink your goal. Is it something that you really want to achieve?

Set your non-negotiables.

Leanne said:

“I think it’s important to have a few objectives and perhaps to have some goals, but to be fairly flexible around them, and not to have too many, and not for them to be too big.”

“Have a strong motivating factor… Be really plugged in to why you are doing something. And then achieve consistency with it, which is about having small realistic goals that you are very, very connected to.”

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