At the start of the year or quarter you made a goal which sounded fantastic. You were all in.
Now? Maybe you’re not so sure. How do you know whether the goal you THOUGHT was a good idea truly is a goal worth pursuing for the rest of the year?
In this episode, we’re going to share 3 ways you can take a look at your goals and decide whether they’re goals you should still go after. Maybe they are, and maybe they’re not — we’ll find out!
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- The top 3 productivity resources for this week [1:59]
- Why Asian Efficiency felt this topic wasn’t discussed enough [6:08]
- What it takes to make a strong why for your goals [7:56]
- Why it is okay for our motivations and our goals to change over time [11:06]
- Why we need to fall in love with our goals and get our emotions involved [14:15]
- How evaluating your current situation can help you get insight on your goals [18:49]
- Why you should break down goals into manageable steps and consult with experts often [26:02]
- Action steps you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life [35:55]
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- Oh Bother
- Book Depository
- How To Stay Focused When You Get Bored Working On Your Goals (TPS272)
- Goal Setting and Goal Getting: Having A Why
- Thinking Time: the Counterintuitive Approach to Growth (TPS162)
- 5 Simple Steps to Setting Goals and Achieving Them
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