5 Methods to Help You Set Clear Goals

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The power of setting personal goals and how to do it

Imagine what it would be like now if you had everything you ever wanted... What do you think it would be like?

Would you continue working? Or would you be lounging on a pristine beach somewhere with white sand?

One thing that can help you get there more than anything else is: setting goals, envisioning those goals, and taking action to achieve them.

Having goals is one of the main qualities of successful people. Goals give you purpose and help guide your actions.

With a specific vision of the future, you are more motivated to take action and achieve your dreams.

Today we are going to show you the top 5 tips and the POWER of setting goals correctly.

1. Write down and publicly state your goals

However, having goals is not enough. You should also write them down and declare them publicly. You are also more likely to succeed if you are accountable to someone else.

People who set goals, write them down, share them with a friend, and create weekly progress reports that indicate they achieved 76% of their goals. By comparison, those who only set goals achieved only 43% of their goals.

The human brain is an organism that seeks goals. Whatever goal you assign to your subconscious mind, it will work day and night doing whatever it takes to achieve what you want to achieve, whether it's a career goal, a fitness goal, a relationship goal, or anything!

2. Make your goals specific

How do you make sure that a goal unleashes the power of your subconscious mind?

First, you need to meet two criteria: how much and when.

When you say "how much," you mean your goal must be measurable. It can come in the form of pages, dollars, square feet, or pounds. Now, when you say "until when", you must be referring to a specific date and time.

Following these two criteria, your goal should look like this:

  • "I will write 25 pages of my novel before 5 pm on April 15."


  • “I will save an additional $10,000 by December 31, 2030.”

Be as specific as possible. Include all the important details you can think of: make, model, color, year, size, features... everything! The clearer they are, the clearer the results will be.

3. Differentiate your goals from good ideas

What if there are no metrics? If your goal isn't measurable, then it's just a "good idea," not a goal. To engage your subconscious mind, you need to make sure your goal is measurable.

This is a simple example:

  • Good idea: I need to improve the appearance of my front yard.
  • Goal: I will mow the lawn and plant six rows of red roses, five rows of hydrangeas, and four rows of white tulips by 5:00 p.m. m. of this Saturday.

4. Write down your goals in detail

Write down your goals in great detail. Think of it like writing the specifications for a work order.

When you write down your goals, you are telling your subconscious what to work on. It is also telling you which opportunities to target. By doing this, you will be more likely to achieve your goals.

5. Set an innovative goal

In addition to setting measurable goals, you should also consider creating a breakthrough goal.

The main objective is basically the "Hail Pass" objective. While normal goals are those that allow you to gain four yards in the game of football, innovative goals are those that allow you to gain 50 yards on the first play of the game.

A primary goal is something that changes your life in a very significant way. While it can be hard to come by, it gives you the extra boost you need by opening up new opportunities and connecting you with the right people.

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