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I believe that your individual personal growth is directly proportional to your ability to set and take action towards goals. But what you're going to understand is that when you understand the principles of goal setting, and you understand some of the things that I'm going to teach you today, this is something that can apply to any area of your life, any aspect of your life where you're trying to uplevel whether it be a performance, like in performance, I was meaning like musical performance, like if you want to learn to play an instrument, if you want to get better at running, if you want to get better at gymnastics, if you want to improve your scripture study, if you want to be a better mom, all of those things will get better and will improve if and when you learn to be able to really set effective goals and be able to work towards those goals really effectively.
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- Set your goals effectively. (7:05)
- Habit will be your best friend. (7:44)
- Achieving goals isn’t the secret to happiness, it’s your mindset. (9:04, 13:13)
- Goals provide direction. (9:56)
- Set huge big enough goals to uplevel you. (14:20)
- Setting goals allows change through setting outcome and process goals. (19:37)
- Goals should be specific, measurable, and binary. (22:25)
- Enjoy the journey in setting a goal. (24:05)
What I want to say about goals is that goals are not about whether or not you hit them. They are about who you become in the process of reaching for them. What matters is who I become in the process of reaching for that goal. I have to take different actions in order to even just reach for that goal. And to me, the whole point of this life is for us to become our highest and best versions of ourselves. And that means constantly setting goals and constantly reaching for them, and sometimes not hitting those goals. And so I hope as you come away from this podcast, my vision for you is for you to be excited, for you to start to think about how you can implement some of these things that I taught in your goal setting practice. And I really would encourage you, especially if you don't have a current goal-setting routine, that you start small, take it slow. Take it small, a small, simple compounded effort will always yield more than a short amount of just intensity. And so consider that as you create this new routine and this new habit of goal setting.