Bring clarity to your goal setting activity

The goal setting activity process can be a very daunting proposition when you're unsure as to exactly what it is you want and how to go about getting it.

You may want to start a goalsettings activity, however, you are presently feeling blocked or uncertain as to exactly what it is you want.

You might need a bit of friendly encouragement or just someone or something to let you know you are headed in the right direction. Well, you've come to the right place.

If you have arrived at this site via this page, do read personal goal setting before proceeding any further.

Your goalsetting activity need not be the unnerving experience you might imagine. Nope - because now that you've found me, I'm going to tell you and show you, so it becomes easy peasy all the way to the personal goal setting activity bank!

Between you, me and the goal-setting tools you will find on this site, we'll get you off to a flying start in your goal setting activity. So, without further ado, here goes.

In the first instance, it is important for you to learn how to explore and to identify what it is you really want in the four womens health areas of your life.

A wonderful tool to help you in your activity goal setting, is the Health Womens health wheel. The health wheel is an effective resource that enables you to assess where you are now and your present level of satisfaction in your health areas.

The strength of the health womens health Wheel lies in the fact that it can be used when assessing other equally important areas of your life - The same principles apply.

What you will need to get started

  • An A4 size notebook
  • A pen and pencil
  • A diary or journal to record your thoughts/findings through out your goal setting activity
  • A file to keep your activity goal setting material confidential and tidy.

  • Do make full use of your journal/diary to record anything that will help to shed light on the goal setting activity processes as you work through them. Note, that this is the first stage - your starting point.

    I strongly recommend you read how to journal. This activity will help you no end in getting the very best out of your goalsetting activity.

    Your recordings can be any issues that arise for you during goals settings. For example:

  • Any fears you may hold
  • Any doubts,
  • Insights you gain along the way
  • Your progress
  • Any of those wonderful inspirations that grab you along the way.

  • Recordinng your realities in this way will not only help shed light on the activity goal setting process you are working through, it will enhance your growing level of awareness as to where you are now, where you want to be and the positive changes taking place within and around you.

    The function of the health wheel is to assist you in:

  • Assessing each of the four key areas of your health
  • Identifying and prioritising the areas you need to change now
  • enabling you to set concrete goals
  • enabling progress review by comparing where you are now, against future changes.

  • How to use your Health Womens health wheel

  • Using a glass or cup, draw yourself a circle, similar to the one illustrated.

  • Next, draw four quarters, each one representing an area of your health.

  • Treat the centre of the Wheel as 0 and the outer edge as 10, then draw a line across each area that reflects your present level of satisfation in each health area of your life.

  • Please note, the wheel is designed to assess where you are now at this present moment in time and not where you would ideally want to be.

    You will see from the mock example, that the present level of satisfaction in 'beauty fitness' and 'physical health' is 9 and 7 respectively, which is fairly high.

    However, 'food health' and 'mental health' scores only 4 and 2, suggesting very low levels of satisfaction in these areas. This immediately tells you that these latter areas in this example, need to be prioritised for some health goals. Once you have carried out this exercise for yourself, you'll be in no doubt as to which areas you should focus your goal setting activity.

    Health Skill For Wellness Monitor
    You'll find further information here on how to carry out a health skill for wellness exercise

    And there you have it. I'm sure you'll agree that the health wheel is an excellent tool to assist you in identifying and prioritising the areas of your health that is in need of your goal setting activity effort. Once you have set goals, the wheel serves a secondary purpose of helping you to evaluate your level of satisfaction and progress with your goals.

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    Before moving on to writing your goals, do read the section on if you have not already done so. You will be guided through the key principles you need to consider in a successful goal setting activity.

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    Your values are an intrinsic part of your goal. Learning to prioritise them is an important part of your personal goal setting activity. Follow this link for some excellent must read information.

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    Once you have worked through the above sections, you are then ready to move onto the other stages of your goals settings where you will find all the additional tools you will need to write those winning goals.

    Want a peek at a clear illustration of how to write your goal?

    Remember, I'm right here should you get stuck. In meantime - think, you're not like 'most people'! Having come this far, you are now more aware of your own unique capacity for change, so what's stopping you!...

    "Most people have no idea of the giant capacity we can immediately command when we focus all of our resources on mastering a single area of our lives" (Anthony Robbins)

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