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New Year and New Learning Opportunities
I had the good fortune of attending a Zoom workshop on Goal Setting recently. Not your typical reach-for-the-sky-unrealistic-resolutions-that-will-be-easily-broken-by-February-type workshop.
Led by Kathy Schlund, Multi-Dimensional Coach, we went on a little journey.
It started like this:
Review your biggest successes and biggest failures from 2020. Ask yourself as you do this:
- What did I learn?
- How did I do that?
- How do I limit myself?
- How do I stop it?
- Is what I want in line with my personal values?
Then we did the following:
- Closed our eyes and took a few deep breaths.
- Envisioned ourselves on December 31, 2021 filled with elation at the accomplishments of this year. In vivid detail, we saw how our daily activities supported our overall goals.
- To get there, we were instructed make a list of all important areas in our lives. (Health/Wellness, Financial, Relationships, etc.). I had 8. Create goals for each area. Then pick 2-3 that you want to focus on for the year. (I picked 2).
- We were urged to dig deep and find out why we selected the goal we did. Ask why again and again (3-4 times) until we got to what is really important to us.
- Write about in vivid detail, what it feels like to have achieved those goals:
“…the discipline I now have…”,
“…when I made it a daily occurrence, it became easy…”,
“…now that I am easily and effortlessly incorporating…”.
Adding positive emotion to your goal gives it depth and solidity. (Or as I read in a book called Excuse Me Your Life is Waiting by Lynn Grabhorn) it is all about “thinking and feeling, thinking and feeling. If you can’t feel it, you’ll never make it happen.”
After you have written it out, find some Baroque music (something about the pentameter tapping into the sub-conscious brain), and record yourself saying all your goals as if they have already happened. Listen to this recording at least once/day every day.
This entire exercise took me about an hour post-meeting. It was eye opening and relatively painless to do. And I love listening to the baroque music while I envision and feel the sense of accomplishment.
Kathy closed with one final thought that will be familiar to many of you:
Every day in every way, I am getting better and better and better and better.
Here’s hoping that all your goals for 2021 come to fruition!