Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Making your commitment public, part of Achieving Your Goals.
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Many studies have shown that peer pressure can be used in a positive way.…Knowing that other people are counting on you to succeed can increase your…likelihood of following through.…Making your commitment public moves your goal out of your mind and into the…spotlight, so that people around you can help you accomplish it.…Making a public commitment can also help you avoid procrastination. And often,…when you tell others, you'll also see them get on your side and look for ways to help you.…
For example, when I decided to write my first book, The Myth of Multitasking, I…made a commitment to my clients that I was working on a book.…I told them I was going to finish the first draft by a particular date.…Making this public commitment increased my resolve to follow through when…writing time appeared on my calendar.…So, who is the best person to share your commitment with?…You have several options:…You can tell family members, or your friends. You may want to share this with coworkers.…
Making a declaration in public to a group of people, such as a gathering of…
Along the way, discover the importance of celebrating successes and reviewing your progress in order to stay motivated and establish a pattern of successful goal setting.
- Creating a vision
- Dividing to conquer
- Processing into action
- Establishing accountability
- Tracking progress