Join Dave Crenshaw for an in-depth discussion in this video Celebrating your success, part of Achieving Your Goals.
As you begin taking action on the smaller targets that you've set, occasionally…you'll fail, but most often, you'll succeed.…In those moments of success, it's critical for you to acknowledge and celebrate…that success, including making a record of it.…Earlier, I mentioned how the brain is likely to give you many logical,…justifiable reasons why you're not going to succeed.…By recording and celebrating your successes, you're reinforcing to your mind…that you actually have many more reasons you will succeed than you will fail.…
The process is much simpler than you may think.…It starts whenever you think you might not follow through on an action for yourself.…For instance, let's say that I set my alarm to wake me up at 6 o'clock to begin exercising,…but when I wake up, I start to think, "Oh, I'm tired.…I don't want to follow through on this."…When this happens, immediately use the why-because pattern of…question-and-answer.…Ask yourself questions such as, "Why am I going to exercise this morning?" or "Why…
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