Achieve Your Goals Annette Bau 1 Comment Today, we dive into how to achieve your goals. The most critical insight to achieve your goals is to get the support you need personally and professionally. One of the most effective and helpful professional support tools is a system that will hold you accountable for the HVFDAs (high value fixed daily activities) you need to complete to achieve your goals. While I prefer focusing on the positives, it is amazing how effective sending a check to a political or religious organization you despise can be to motivate you to do the activities you need to do. 5 Insights to Achieve Your Goals Get buy-in and support from the important people in your life The next insight requires support from those around you. If your goal is to double your revenue (without creating havoc in your personal life), take the time to get your partner on board so they understand what this will require. While most people are on board to the idea of more discretionary income, understanding what that means on a day-to-day basis can be a very different thing. Taking time to explain to your staff your goals and what that means to them can pay you back ten-fold. Include required activities and responsibilities so they know what is expected from the onset. Take the time to discuss what rewards and incentives they will receive for milestones achieved. This is very helpful to motivate and inspire your staff and get them to commit to your goal. Determine what is working in your current plan First create your plan. Then identify and track your critical activities. This is important because it helps you determine what is working and where you are getting results. Identify what you need to do differently than you are currently doing Once you create your plan and identify the critical HVFDAs, it is important to identify what is working and what needs to change. This can provide you a direct flight to your desired result. Write down the gaps in your plan Some gaps are obvious, others not so much. Enrolling a mastermind, coach or senior peer (who has the experience to help you identify the gaps) can be very helpful. Determine how your life will change if you achieve your goals Taking a few minutes to visualize what your ideal life looks like and how your life and the life of your loved ones will change from achieving your desired goals is a critical step to making it a reality. If you are ready to create your plan, you can access our training here: Share this:Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.