Free Goal Setting Forms For You
I'm guessing you arrived here because you searched for or followed
a link for free goal setting forms or free goal setting worksheets. The fact
that you have come this far shows a degree of commitment to wanting
to change some aspect of your life in the New Year ahead.
I'm going to make a deal with you here; before I go any further
and tell you how to get your personal goals settings form, I'm
going to ask you to hear me out. Trust me, you'll thank me for it.
Now that you have taken that first important step to researching
goal setting forms, what are you going to do with them? How are
you going to use them to help you attain whatever it
is you want to achieve?
There's a general consensus among many on-line webmasters, that
when you give away something for free, the majority of people do
not value what they've received because they did not have to pay
for it. There's a strong possibility that the freebie will end up at the bottom of a pile somewhere - forgotten about.
Think about it! If you part with your hard earned cash to
acquire something, the chances are that you will want to get value for your money. So, you'll more than likely
put it to use rather than filing it away - right?. Well, I'm about to prove
that this isn't necessarily so, by asking you to bear with me
a while longer.
Will free goal setting forms
help to strengthen your commitment?
Now, be honest - on a scale of 0-10, what are you going to do with
your free goal setting forms and how committed are you to using
your personal goal forms and free goal setting worksheets to start
changing your life today? If you score less than
7, the chances are that your commitment level is not what it
should be and sadly, the free goal setting forms will not help
you. But please read on, since that will all change.
You see, you're probably one in that high percentage of people
who are thinking 'a new year, a new start - I'm going to do
things differently'. So, you tell yourself you really mean it
this time. And what better way to show that you're serious than to
research some personal goal forms.
But many people seldom do what they promise to do! You promise
yourself that you'll lose weight, or make a definate career forward move, or start
your own home-based business or even to obtain information on
how to achieve career goal
setting, or even just getting hold of some free goal
While these are all very noble personal goals, Surveys have shown that
within two days of setting New Years resolutions most people will
have broken them or they will have fallen by the wayside.
Your good intentions may be very short-lived for a variety of
reasons, and this can end up making you feel worse when you find
your commitment or motivation has abandoned you. But take heart!
There are good reasons why your New Year's resolutions or well-
meaning goals settings might not prove successful.
Here are some classic examples of why this might be.
Many people set goals or make resolutions based on what they
think they need or on what other people think is best for them
People train their focus on the negative things they want to
get rid of, rather than on the positive changes they want to
bring in; on the negative habits they want to get rid of
rather than on the positive qualities they want to nurture
Many people harbour unrealistic expectations about their
achievements and may under or over-estimate their abilities.
(How do you know you can't cook eggs if you've never even
scrambled some. Likewise, you cannot expect to climb Mount
Everest if you've never even scaled a small hill).
People think that sheer willpower or motivation will get
them through. Willpower and motivation is never enough and neither will free goal
What else is needed along
with free goal setting forms, Motivation, Commitment and Willpower?
Along with motivation, a deep commitment to change and your free
goal setting forms, you also need awareness and discipline in
order to make long-lasting, meaningful change.
Awareness refers to you - and how you process and make sense of
your experiences - your insights. For example, when you say you
want to lose weight, tell me now in one sentence and without
hesitation, your reasons and what weight loss will mean to you!
What are you prepared to consistently do to get it? How often
are you prepared to do what you need to do? What else might you
need to do? And what difference will it make to your life
achieving it? This is the inherent 'discipline' behind any New
Year's resolution or any personal goals settings activity.
When you're clear about your motives, you become focused; when
you're focused, you effectively strengthen your motivation; when
your motivation is strengthened, your commitment deepens; when
your commitment is solid, you take positive small steps (action);
when you take action, you get results; your results rewards you
and further fuel your motivation. Are you with me? Now how about
getting rid of that 2007 New Year's resolution list (or even if it's the same one from the year before) and start with a
fresh approach to your personal goal settings.
Whether your personal goal settings involve Weightloss, healthy eating,
health and wellness or
business goals, make 2007 a year you remember!
As promised, you can access your free goal setting forms along
with a five-part goal setting guidance here. Do use the
resource wisely - it will give you everything you need to achieve
everything you want and more. And remember, while these free
goal setting forms and free goal setting worksheets are being
offered to you completely FREE, bear in mind that the time it took me to do them is most certainly not.
"Last year I made a list of things
that I resolved to do...I'll use that list again this year...It's
still as good as new"??? (Unknown)
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and is not intended to replace your seeking medical advice. You
must consult your doctor over all your health concerns.
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