Eight Coach Recommended Steps to Define and Achieve Your Goals.
Now is the time to think about what you want to achieve in life. You may be aware of your big aspirations, or perhaps you are puzzled by the steps to take to make them happen.
Knowing how others deal with such problems can be a huge help. That's why we asked nine members of the Forbes Council of Coaches how they help their new clients or organizations set goals and then create the foundation for achieving them.
1. Create a vision of purpose and work from the end.
Get a clear idea of your goal. Then create a vision of how you will feel, how it will look and sound if you achieve this goal. Once this is clear, align measurable, actionable and ambitious goals with this goal and the reverse course of action. For example, create a vision for yourself, your life, or your business in five years time. Then set agreed goals for 2020. Break down their goals into smaller subgoals for each quarter. Finally, translate them into monthly and weekly goals for the next month. - Emily Eliza Moyer
2. Determine what you need to start and stop your actions.
As I coach my clients on goal setting, I ask them two questions: First, what are the most important things to start and stop doing in order to achieve their goals? And second, if things could have gone their best, what would have changed? - Rob Tillman, TillmanPartners
3. Make goals intuitive.
Characterization makes goals real, making them intuitive, truly important to you. By naming your aspiration, by describing it, you can get it out of your head and into the world where the action takes place. This is how the personal structure of your aspiration is formed. This is my definition of how to achieve a goal. - Paul Geiger, Public Speaking Advantage