More goals are set at this time of year than at any other. What about yours?
Are you fired up to take your business in a new direction? Or maybe you’ve got a new job that is challenging you.
Moving your goal from an idea to a tangible result can be a thrill.
But the more your goal is stretching you, the more often two things will happen:
- you’ll run into big challenges and obstacles, and
- things won’t go as planned.
It’s what you do at these times that separates the winners from the wannabes.
When you hit the unexpected rough patches, the biggest predictor of your success (or failure) is your ability to sustain your motivation anyway (or not). Many people believe a good strategy and plan will carry them forward, but a great strategy without motivation to sustain it through the messy challenges is impotent.
I shot this video to provide you with a very simple tool that thousands of my clients have used to sustain motivation. I use it for myself all of the time.
I include a story of an executive who developed a brilliant approach to boost the motivation of her entire organization. She did this without my coaching, but she gave me permission to share it to show how you can invent your own approach, also.
Use the tool I’m providing to make sure your motivation is strong—and to boost it, if necessary.
You can even download a worksheet to help you apply the tool now, before you encounter your first fire-breathing dragon.
This could be your most successful year ever . . . . . . .
Please let me know how you’ll use these ideas. I really want to hear from you!