Last week we held our Goal Setting Workshop and had a great turn out of ladies looking to enhance their lives, clear the clutter of what’s been getting in their way of accomplishing their goals and help build their roadmap to get to their destination. We gave them a handout of over 50 goal setting questions to really dig deep of what they want out of life. The response was great and I feel so grateful to be able to pass this on. If you’d like a copy, please shoot me an email and I’ll be more than happy to send you a copy.
I’m a big fan of Jim Rohn and I try to listen to his teachings each week. He keeps things simple, not complicated and part of our model to master the basics. As we plan our year ahead, I’d like to share his “Secret of Life Change.”
First, take a look at your life and ask yourself:
What makes life valuable?
What makes life worthwhile?
What makes life work well? (Spiritually, socially, personally, physically, economically...)
Then ask yourself,
What would I fix?
Keeping things simple, there is usually about a half-dozen things that make about 80% of the difference to change your life. The problem is not lack of information. The problem is simply, we don’t do the information that’s been handed to us. Focus on or keep looking for the few things that make a difference. The most important components. Minimize.
Seems pretty easy right? It is. Only focusing on 6 things or less. So what’s the problem?
“What is easy to do is also easy not to do. That’s the difference between success and failure.”
If you don’t neglect the easy things you can have success in your life. As Jim says, neglect starts as an infection and becomes a disease. Neglect is a disaster. One neglect usually leads to another and starts to compound.
Tip for Life Change: Clean up all neglect.
Take the time to find your ½ dozen things that you can do to have success. Once you do, shoot me an email and let me know what they are!