Free Coach Skills


Setting Empowering Life Goals

 

You'll be amazed at how much more time and energy you'll have after you start resolving tolerations on a daily or weekly basis. You can choose a major toleration project for the week or a small toleration project each day for five days.

For example, if you have a small pile of correspondence waiting for a response, take part of a day to clear up that pile But if you have a stack of correspondence, take a part of every day in a week to clear up that pile Separate this large job into five smaller jobs and get the job done Just set aside a small block of time each day, or a larger block one day in the week, for eliminating tolerations

Making a list of five small tolerations or one big toleration to eliminate each week is only a very small part of the project Doing it is the hard part You just have to get the job done You have to do it for your peace of mind, to get the clutter out of your life, to free up your time and energy You just have to get the job done.

Tolerations are easy to handle if you just do them one at a time Tolerations free up far more time and energy than it takes to resolve them Tolerations are the bane of every working person Tolerations hold you back from doing what you really want to do more than anything else in the world The best thing you can do for yourself is to resolve your tolerations.

Set a daily, weekly and monthly goal to eliminate one toleration from your life each day. You may have to work on the big tolerations for many days, but you can complete a small one each day of that process.

Reward yourself every time you complete a big toleration. Do something special that you want to do. Make this event a celebration. Celebrate all the wasted time and energy you have freed up to use for more important matters. Celebrate the elimination of every major toleration.

The best thing you can do for yourself is to resolve your tolerations.

 

Then Set Empowering Goals

mpowering goals are those that serve you and your purpose in this lifetime. They empower you to do what you love to do. what you came into this world to do. You came here to accomplish something. Give your mind a rest. Think it through with your heart. Ask the Divine to help you remember why you are here. Don't be surprised if you learn or know your life's goal is to help other people.

Do not waste your time learning, doing or thinking about goals that do not serve your life's purpose-- unless you have absolutely no other alternative. Then do what you must and get on with your life.

We suggest you set at least one lifetime goal now. Then follow a simple process of 1, 2, 3...:

  1. Set one or more annual goals for yourself
  2. Set one or more monthly goals to help you attain your annual goal
  3. Set one or more weekly goals to help you reach your monthly goal
  4. Set daily goals to help you attain your weekly goal
  5. Carry over any daily goals you did not complete to the next day
  6. Carry over any weekly goals you did not complete into the next week
  7. Carry over any monthly goals you did not meet into the next month
  8. Carry over any annual goals you did not meet into the next year
  9. Always we ready to reject, revise or review any goal at any time

Inappropriate goals are those that do not serve your life's mission. Always be ready to reject any goal that does not serve you or your life's mission. If you don't want to reject a goal, then revise it so it serves you or your life's mission. If you don't know what you want to do about a goal, then review these lessons and answer these questions:

  1. What do I really love to do?
  2. What gifts do I have and what do they suggest about what I really love to do?
  3. What talents do I have and what do they suggest about what I love to do?

My Life's Goals

 

    1. Try to understand how your core values serve your life mission
    2. Try to understand how the things you love to do are a part of your life mission
    3. Try to understand how to use the gifts and talents you have
    4. Decide what your main mission is in this lifetime based on these things
    5. Create other goals that serve your life's goal
    6. Have fun and enjoy everything that becomes a part of your life goals
    7. Reserve the right to change your mind at any time

     

Consider your values, gifts and talents


Your values, gifts and talents may serve your life goals or not. When they serve your life goals, you are happier and more fulfilled human being. When they do not, you are not happier and more fulfilled.

If your values, gifts and talents do not serve your life goals, you may have:

  1. Selected inappropriate life goals for yourself, or
  2. Hidden values, gifts and talents you need to discover and nurture, or
  3. Intentionally sabotaged yourself and you need to stop doing that

Your first job becomes to evaluate your life goals to make certain they are -- or it is -- really what you want to do and accomplish with your life. If not, change your life goals now.

If you are convinced you have selected the right life goals for you, then your task is to discover your hidden values, talents and gifts -- the things you have been hiding from yourself. Seek to find what you would really like to do but feel you can't. If you would really like to sing but feel you can't, then sing.

Do whatever you would really like to do to help yourself and other people. If you really want to do that, then uncover the hidden talents and gifts you've been hiding. Hiding your gifts and talents is one way we sabotage ourselves. Find them and become the person you came into this life to become.

Your Assignment

Set appropriate life goals for yourself. Write them down. Decide what your goals are for the next year, month, week and day. Make this a daily, weekly, monthly and annual habit. Your birthday is a good day to start your goals for the next year. So is New Year's day. Start this habit now and make it a part of your life.


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