Have a big (scary!) goal
you want to achieve? You can start simply like that
Are you ready to take serious action that guarantees your success?
Coaching will get you there!
Goal Success Coaching With Jason Williamson
What is Goal Success Coaching?
We’ll develop weekly actions and accountability that move you forward as fast as you want to go. We’ll look at your supporting tribe, timelines and schedules, and the role your ego plays in all of this.
Who is Goal Success Coaching for?
Goals Success Coaching is appropriate for everyone: If you have a big goal or a bunch of smaller goals you want to achieve, this is for you!
What are the Benefits of Goal Success Coaching?
A coach provides a safe space where you can be vulnerable, yet still focused. Developing a clear vision and strategy with a coach provides the solid foundation for you to be super successful!
Everyone has his/her own definition of success in the same way that everyone has unique dreams for their life. But, all success and fulfilled dreams depend on achieving meaningful goals. The bad news is that most people fail to achieve their goals. Some don’t even have any. The good news is that goal attainment is a process, like building a house or baking a cake. Below is the set of plans or recipe that, if followed, will lead you to down the path to your goals and dreams.
Discover the 4-Steps to Goal Success:
Step 1: Know what you really want
Brainstorm all of your goals and dreams for your life, including the ones you usually don’t allow yourself to want. Include areas of your life such as relationships, career, travel, money, health, etc. Narrow down what your goals are in the next year and pick 1 to 4 to focus on.
Step 2: Believe you can achieve it
Remind yourself of your past successes, achieved goals, and overcome challenges. Find the good that has always come out of every situation, even the painful ones. Use positive affirmation statements to build your confidence. Make sure they are present tense (as if they’re already happening) and positive (focusing on what you want, not last of what you don’t want.)
Step 3: Create a concrete plan for success
Ensure your goals are SMART: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and Time Framed. Create a structured plan by brainstorming everything you will need to do between now and when you reach your goal. Then break it down into what you can accomplish in the coming month, and then further into what you will work on this week. Create accountability for yourself through an accountability partner, group, or coach.
Step 4: Stay committed and motivated
Reflect on what activities you can do that get you into a motivated state (such as music, exercise, etc). Reflect on what demotivates you the most, such as disorganization, conflict, negative people, etc. Overcome procrastination by asking yourself how much pain you will cause yourself if you procrastinate and ultimately don’t achieve your goal. Then consider what pleasure you’ll receive if you stop procrastinating and get powerful moment moving toward your goal